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Sabine Decatur

Sabine Decatur is a dramaturg, producer, and cultural worker currently working as Special Artistic Coordinator at Baltimore Center Stage.

Sabine Decatur is a dramaturg, producer, and cultural worker currently working as Special Artistic Coordinator at Baltimore Center Stage. A graduate of the African-American Studies program at Yale, Sabine's other experience includes time as the editor of Yale's Dance Theatre Journal, as a researcher at OutHistory.org, as a Fellow at the Schomburg Center, and as an administrator at Semicolon Theater Company, Culture Project, and Oberlin Summer Theater Festival. They were a finalist for the 2018 Yale College Nakanishi Prize for leadership in advancing racial equity and are the 2019 recipient of Literary Mangers and Dramaturgs of the Americas' Early Career Dramaturgy Grant. Sabine has work published by American Theatre Magazine and the Yale School of Drama Alumni Journal.

Three people sitting onstage, one of them holding a globe, and five spirits above them, one in the middle connecting two blocks with a spark in between them.
Public Access Archives: The End of the Theatre Industry
Essay

Public Access Archives: The End of the Theatre Industry

7 September 2021

Taylor Leigh Lamb and Sabine Decatur share emails, letters, social media posts, and more from the future that represent the period of profound change in the theatre industry beginning in 2021.

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