...creating an inspired environment for diverse and artistic collaboration.
How it works:
- The Trial of Amos 'n' Andy by Stephen Anderson, 2.2022
- Her Portmanteau by Mfoniso Udofia - George Street Playhouse, 1.2022
- Ona, Washington, Lulu, George by David Morse, 3.2021
- Flowers on the Moon by Roy Sirengo, 11.2021
- We Are Proud to Present… by Jackie Sibblies Drury — Montclair State University, 8.2020
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Let's keep it simple: I work based on a project's specific needs and accommodate my services to best fit the situation. The following is a guide to some of the services I offer.
SERVICES: Production Dramaturgy (TV/Theatre), New Play Development, Collaboration, Writing for TV/Film, Ghost Writing, and Audience Engagement Programming.
For pre-production work, development, writing and programming, we would figure out an agreement/fee that makes sense for everyone involved.
Typically, a full-length play amounts to a five-hour consultation, including an initial conversation with the playwright about their needs, my time reviewing materials and gathering thoughts, and a lengthy feedback discussion with the playwright would cost at least $500.
*Resumé available upon request.
*Sandra A. Daley-Sharif is a highly sought after sensitivity dramaturge and script consultant in the challenging areas of race, culture and sexuality. She is a Josephine Abady Award recipient and an OBIE Award-winning producer, both for her contribution of Diversity to the American theatre landscape. She is a Professor of Dramatic Writing at SCAD University In Savannah, GA. Sandra is the Producing Artistic Director of Liberation Theatre Company in NYC. She has produced many projects, across disciplines over the years. She is a founding member of HARLEM9, a group of producers coming together to explore the past, present, and future of theatre. Sandra has a commendable resume of over 25 years in Theatre, Film, and Television. Two of her plays made it to the Kilroys List. She is a two-time Eugene O’Neill, Princess Grace Award, and Bay Area Festival semi-finalist. The Fire This Time presented a reading of her full-length play Hedda: A Portrait of a (Young) Woman and a production of her short play Anonymous, which was also produced by the EstroGenius Festival. Sandra’s play Straddling the Edge is a Barbour Award finalist and was workshopped at the cell theatre. Les Fréres is a Bay Area Playwrights Festival finalist and was workshopped at the University of Toronto. Her short play Man in the Moon was developed and presented by The Exquisite Corpse Company.