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Lynne Perkins Socey, M.F.A.
Associate Professor of Theatre Arts

Lynne Perkins Socey has worked as a professional actor, director, casting director and producer for nearly 30 years, directing a wide range of productions including Into The Woods, Othello, Arsenic & Old Lace, The Laramie Project, Pinocchio, A Midsummer Night's Dream, How I Learned to Drive, Anything Goes, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Good Person of Sichuan and Charlotte's Web for organizations such as the Indiana Repertory Theatre, Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, the Human Race Theatre Company, Phoenix Theatre, Lilly Theatre at the Children’s Museum, City Center Children’s Theatre, Brown County Playhouse and many university theatres.


Lynne Perkins Socey

Sarah White, M.F.A.
Visiting Assistant Professor in Theatre Design

A self-described “storyteller of all mediums”, Sarah White’s theatrical career has spanned 13 cities, six states and two continents over the past 15 years, including two shows as a performer in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Sarah’s work as an actor, scenic designer, painter, and properties artisan has been seen regionally in the U.S. at companies such as the Wisdom Tooth Theatre Project and Summit Performance (Indianapolis, Indiana); Minnetrista Theatre Preserves (Munice, Indiana); New Harmony Theatre (Evansville, Indiana); The Shawnee Summer Theatre of Greene County (Bloomfield, Indiana); Berkshire Theatre Group (Stockbridge, Massachusetts); The Texas Shakespeare Festival (Kilgore, Texas); Crane River Theatre Company (Kearney, Nebraska); The Coterie Theatre, The Unicorn Theatre and Heart of America Shakespeare Festival (Kansas City, Missouri); The Lied Center for Performing Arts (Lincoln, Nebraska) and the Hollins Theatre Institute.

Sarah White

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