The '16 class of acting graduate students at the A.R.T./MXAT at Harvard University traveled to Moscow from March-May of 2015. While there they took acting, voice, singing, ballet, and acrobatics training. They also performed plays in English for Moscow audiences.
Their production of Chekhov's Three Sisters combined more realistic scenes with improvisations, to evoke this story of a family slowly suffocating under the pressure of unrealized dreams. Sarah played Masha and Olga in this production.
In A Profitable Position, by Alexander Ostrovsky, Sarah played Julie - a determined social climber who marries into wealth. Ostrovsky is considered one of the most influential Russian playwrights who, with 47 original plays, "almost single-handedly created a Russian national repertoire."
The Lonely Voice was a piece adapted from the short stories and personal letters of the Russian writer Ivan Bunin. All the women in this piece played both Bunin's true-life loves and the vulnerable women who filled his stories.