Sarah Krainin is a scenic designer and object artist who currently resides in Los Angeles. Her design for The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle, by Ross Dungan, directed by Matt McCray, can currently be seen at Son of Semele Ensemble in Silverlake.
Previously based in New York, Sarah began her career as props artisan for director, Richard Foreman. Recent designs include different words for the same thing, a world premiere play by Kimber Lee, directed by Neel Keller at the Kirk Douglas Theater, Clouded Sulphur by Erik Ehn (RADARLA2013), Rajiv Jospeh’s Gruesome Playground Injuries (Boise Contemporary Theater, directed by Maureen Towey) and the west coast premiere of Our Class (Son of Semele Ensemble, directed by Matt McCray, LADCC Best Production and LA Weekly Award for Production Design). Sarah also designs puppets and scenery for director Torry Bend, whose original puppet shows explore the human relationship to landscape, cityscape and scale. She has a BA in Theater and Classical Civilization from Wesleyan University, and an MFA in Scenic Design from CalArts. firstname.lastname@example.org
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