Sara Fay Goldman
Associate Artistic Director, IT and Marketing
Sara Fay Goldman moved to Portland in 2008 to teach children's Tae Kwon Do, yoga, and athletics and immediately began attending weekly Viewpoints training with Kerry Sorci, then-Artistic Director of Fuse. Since then, she has collaborated with the ever-changing ensemble on nearly every production, as a performer, director, designer, and deviser.
She recently appeared in a reading of Relatively Speaking with fellow proton Kate (Ginny, Portland Civic Theatre Guild, dir Mary MacDonald), Raiz (Tlaloc, god of rain, dir Arturo Martinini) and Viva Don Juan (Isabela, dir Olga Sanchez), two Day of the Dead Celebrations at Miracle Theatre, The Loman Family Picnic, The Power of Light, and Naftali: Story Voyager on the Yiddish Seas (as Aunt Marsha and half of two two-hander children's theatre tours with Darrell Salk, dir Sacha Reich) for the Jewish Theatre Collaborative, Sonnetscape (Fuse, dir. Rusty Tennant), Much Ado About Nothing (Hero/Dogberry, Portland Actors Ensemble, dir. Asae Dean), and Paradise Park (Bob/acrobat, Fuse, dir. Jocelyn Sawyer).
Sara Fay recently directed and performed in a reading of Skin Garden by Jeremy Benjamin (PDXplaywrights), and Assistant Directed for Avital Shira's Twelfth Night (Portland Actors Ensemble). With Fuse, she directed Racoon/Pig/Giraffe by Francesca Sanders for the Chuck Mee Challenge 3, Things That Are Happening Right Now (which she co-authored with Kevin Connell) for the 2011 Gay Pride Reading Series, and A Midsummer Night's Dream Xxxxx Somnambulism.
Sara Fay holds a BA in Theatre from Barnard College, Columbia University, where she directed her thesis, Caryl Churchill's one-act opera, eight rooms, produced an original musical adaptation of Robert Heinlein's All You Zombies with Erik, and appeared as her favorite English and Women's Studies professor, Prof Margaret Vandenburg, in the University's annual satirical musical.
The immediate future holds a (grown-ups') yoga teacher training and taking Anatomy. Her favorite pose is pigeon pose.