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Sarah Kate Anderson

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Sarah Kate Anderson (she or they) is an actor, director, and theater educator who teaches in the Film and Theatre Department at San José State University. She has taught various university classes ranging from Classical Acting and Acting for Animation Majors to Theatre Appreciation and Voice and Movement for the Actor at institutions including De Anza Community College in Cupertino, Calif., and The Art Institute in Sunnyvale, Calif. Sarah Kate is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts West, completed a Bachelor’s in Theatre Arts from the University of California, Santa Cruz, received a Master’s in Theatre from San José State University, and holds an MFA from Goddard College in Interdisciplinary Arts with a Concentration in Performance Creation. She first came to Shakespeare & Company in 2014 to train at the Month-Long Intensive and began assisting Dennis Krausnick in his West Coast Weekend Workshops. Sarah Kate joined the training faculty in 2019 and serves as a text teacher for the Winter and Summer Intensives. She teaches specialized workshops on Structure of the Verse and on Tina Packer’s research documented in Women of Will. She has also worked for the Education Program, directing for the Fall Festival, teaching Shakespeare in the Courts, and assisting Kevin Coleman in his Professional Development Workshops.

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