Sara Brookner is passionate about arts advocacy and community engagement. She currently works at ArtsEmerson in Boston, MA. A freelance dramaturg, she has worked on productions with Fresh Ink Theatre, Boston Public Works, Whistler in the Dark, Cornerstone Theater, and the American Repertory Theater and its Institute. A proud StageSource board member, she also coordinates their Gender Parity Task Force. Sara serves on MASSCreative’s leadership council, and as a member-at-large on the board of the Alliance for Jewish Theater. She received her MFA in dramaturgy from the American Repertory Theater/Moscow Art Theatre School Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University, and a certificate in community-based theatre from Cornerstone Theater’s summer institute.
Sara Brookner talks to playwright and performer Robbie McCauley about her one-woman show Sugar, and the power of sharing our stories.
Dramaturg Sara Brookner interviews playwright Trip Venturella about his experiences as a theatremaker with epilepsy.
Dramaturg Sara Brookner kicks off a new series of interviews with theatremakers with chronic illnesses.
Blognews, trends, insights
Sara Brookner writes about her experiences and take-aways from participating in National Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, DC, and Arts Matter Advocacy Day in Boston, MA.
Sara Bookin-Weiner discusses her draw to the Olympics and the illusions behind it