Sarah Enloe

Director of Education
Favorite Shakespeare Play:

Love’s Labour’s Lost

Shakespeare character that best describes me:

Cleopatra, I flatter myself to think

Favorite play that isn’t by Shakespeare:

The Diviners or Company or Wayward Saints

All time favorite ASC Moment:

Greg Phelps, in Alchemist, wearing a fat-suit singing “It’s Business Time” or Allison Glenzer as Paulina




Sarah holds a Master of Fine Arts with an emphasis in dramaturgy, a Master of Letters with an emphasis in teaching from Mary Baldwin’s Shakespeare and Performance Program, and a B.F.A. in theatre studies from the University of Texas at Austin. Sarah taught theatre arts at the high school level in Texas for five years, and in 2003, she won recognition as teacher of the year and an NEH fellowship to study with Shakespeare & Co. At the American Shakespeare Center, Sarah directs programming in the areas of College Prep, Research and Scholarship, Life- Long Learning, and Educator Resources. She serves on the Advisory board of The Shakespeare Factory, the Editorial Board of the online journal This Rough Magic, and is on the executive board of the Shakespeare Theatre Association. Sarah co-edited Shakespeare Expressed and contributed “Playing with Character – Audience Members in Early Modern Playhouses” to the collection. Sarah’s current work is focused on the practical application of performance techniques for the English classroom.