Sarah Lucht


A Resident Artist since 2013, Sarah first appeared at Artists Rep in The Artificial Jungle some 25 years ago. Since then, she has appeared in numerous productions including most recently The Thanksgiving PlayThe Importance of Being Earnest, TrevorThe Skin of Our Teeth, and Ten Chimneys. Other Artists Rep credits include Liz in Present Laughter, Mrs. Bob Cratchit in Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge, Beth in Dinner With Friends, Rose in Enchanted April, Gilda in Design for Living, Emilia in Othello, and Dolores/Gloria in And So It Goes. Sarah has also performed at Portland Center Stage (Bus StopA Midsummer Night’s DreamGypsy) as well as Profile Theatre (Bananas in House of Blue Leaves) and Lakewood Theatre (God of CarnageNoises OffInspecting Carol). She currently teaches for the Portland Actors Conservatory and also teaches Shakespeare, playwriting, and scene study in area high schools. She is a founding member of the Portland Shakespeare Project, and is a faculty member at the Haven Institute in British Columbia where she co-leads acting workshops for business professionals with Jane Geesman. Sarah also does private coaching for performing artists and business leaders, with a special emphasis on breath and energy work.