Sandra is Dramaturge for the stage-play Conversation with a Kleagle ... a KKK Recruiter. She has produced the play three times in NYC and is co-writing the screenplay with Rudy Gray.
In 2003, Sandra founded New Works of Merit Playwriting Contest to bring works of social significance to the attention of Producers and Artistic Directors.
In 1981, she co-founded the Classical Theater Ensemble which produced classical theater at NYC landmarks. Most notable: the 500-year-old medieval morality play Everyman produced in the knave of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC.
Sandra was involved in film production from 1980 – 1996 as Corporate Comptroller for major film editing and production companies and Production Auditor for CBS-TV's Pee-wee's Playhouse as well as TV specials and pilots shown on CBS-TV, ABC-TV, NBC-TV, HBO, and Showtime.
Beginning in 1996, Sandra was responsible for the offering of nearly 200 readings, produced well over 100 full-length plays + 76 short plays, 16 development workshops, 12 short play festivals --
all in New York City and all at no cost to the writer.
Sandra received a Certificate of Appreciation from Morris Dees, founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, for educating and fostering tolerance and social justice through the arts.
Her name was added to the Wall of Tolerance in Montgomery, Alabama for her "important contribution to the ongoing fight against hatred and intolerance in America."
In response to 9/11, Sandra served on FEMA's Spiritual Task Force and Mental Health Task Force.
Sandra is a member of:
League of Professional Theater Women
New York Coalition of Professional Women in the Arts & Media
Women in Theater and Film
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