Sara Edlin-Marlowe moved to spokane in 1992 after a five year stint in Grand Forks, N.D. Inspired by William Borden’s opera, Sakakawea: A Woman of Many Names, she went on to create her dramatic interpretation of Sacagawea’s life. Sara teaches communication courses and theatre at Spokane Falls Community College. Other programs include A Conversation with Georgia O’Keeffe and The Six Women of the Hawaiian Monarchy. Her Emily Carr presentation is still a work in progress. Sara recently did a Prime Time Family Storytelling workshop through Humanities Washington and is currently directing a play at SFCC.
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