I'm Sara Bogomolny- theatre artist, Jewish communal professional,

feminist podcast host, & avid home baker. 

I am originally from Cleveland, Ohio, which - yes-

means I have that midwestern habit of smiling at strangers.


I am passionate about building and nurturing community and think that

collaboration and creativity should always go hand in hand. I am currently applying to graduate school to study arts management and am excited to formalize my professional/organizational leadership skills so that I can:

  • connect communities and artists with mutually beneficial opportunities and resonant productions.

  • steward theaters through the massive shift toward gender/racial equity that we should be witnessing over the coming years.

  • perhaps open my own theatre company one day.

Making lemonade out of Covid-19 lemons has looked like:

  • finally embarking on my 200-hour yoga teacher training. I'll complete my certification in March 2021.

  • interviewing theatre professionals across the country for Theater-19, an oral history project that seeks to discover and document the lived experiences of theater workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • performing in The Torso Book Club - a brand-new, written-for-Zoom, interactive play - for over 60 Zoom performances. Proceeds from our first run in May 2020 benefited Cleveland artists who have been affected by Covid-19.

  • premiering the first season of LeaderFolk (a podcast produced by the Jewfolk Podcast Network) in which I interviewed a Jewish leader of a marginalized gender identity each week.

  • baking up a storm with my family. I highly recommend you check out this recipe for the best cookies I've made all quarantine (and - trust me - I've made a lot of cookies) and this recipe for the best pasta sauce I've ever had!