Sarah Hartmann is a New York based director, actor, and playwright. Most recently she worked as the Associate Director for Anastasia on Broadway. Directing credits include The How and the Why (Shakerbridge Theater); her own adaptations of Frankenstein and Dracula (Chautauqua Theatre Company); Greyhound (Player's Theatre), Bare Naked Drama (The Cherry Pit), Sorry, Wrong Number (Minor Latham Theatre), The Hitch-Hiker (UCSB) and staged readings at the New School, Tisch School of the Arts, Dramatist's Guild, and Barnard College. Further credits include assistant directing Kiss Me, Kate, Hamlet, Private Lives (dir. Darko Tresnjak, Hartford Stage), Matthew Lopez' World Premiere of Reverberation (Hartford Stage), Streetcar Named Desire (UCSB), The Merchant of Venice, Street Scene, Romeo and Juliet, All's Well That Ends Well, Macbeth, Arms and the Man (The Juilliard School); acting in The Lyons (Shakerbridge Theatre); The Golden Cockerel (Casa Italiana), yellow electras (Ontological/Hysteric Theatre), and title roles in Mariana Pineda and Elektra (Oval House Theatre). She spent a year studying at the British American Drama Academy, holds an AB from Barnard College, and an MA from Columbia University.