Sarah Moss, Artistic Director

Artistic Director bio & resume
Company Members

    A native San Franciscan, Sarah got her start tap dancing at convalescent homes at age 8. At age 18 she studied acting at Jean Shelton Studios and later earned her AA with major in Theatre Arts from City College of San Francisco.  After being accepted into the intensive program at The Ailey School in New York, she left the Bay Area to pursue dance.

   Sarah was later awarded a scholarship to The Broadway Dance Center in NYC and studied under Madame Darvash and Bill Hastings. This led to work with Jostyn and Yagi Productions, Sapporo Byokai Ballet in Japan, and with Graham protegee Marie Christine Giordano. After traveling the world for many years, she found her dance family once again in S.F.
   Sarah has been a faculty member and 20 year student at the San Francisco Dance Center, where she trained with Ballet Masters Arturo Fernandez and Summer Lee Rhatigan. She has taught interactive movement classes for children at The Belvedere Montessori School and has coached teens preparing for dance auditions to The San Francisco School of the Arts. She also had the pleasure to work with Dance Through Time as a wardrobe assistant, accompanying them on their East Coast tour.

Sarah has also enjoyed designing costumes for City College of San Francisco, Dark Porch Theater, Fou Fou Ha! Liminal Dance Theater, and her own productions. 

She has earned her BA in Communications with a minor in Theatre from San Francisco State University and is currently in their Conflict Resolution & Mediation program.


The company is named for her grandmother Judy, grandfather "Larry" and aunt Dee Robillard of London, who devoted their lives to music, theatre, and flying bravely through space.



Margery Fairchild Sarah Moss Christina Raymond Sarah Moss dancer San Francisco Joe Landini Vau de Vire Society 



Assistant Designer: "The Laramie Project" The Little Theatre, San Francisco

Designer: "Sucia" (pre-production) opens Spring 2018



Cutter/Draper: "Sofa Sin Casa" San Francisco State University

Cutter/Draper: "In the Next Room" San Francisco State University

Costume Designer/Wardrobe Supervisor: Dark Porch Theatre's "Pas de Quatre"

Costume Lab & Costume/Makeup Running Crew: "Urinetown" San Francisco State University

Costume Lab: "The Seagull" San Francisco State University



Costume Designer/Wardrobe SupervisorThe 7 Deadly Pleasures Concert Series at The San Francisco International Arts Festival

Appearing as "The Blonde" in week 8 of The Twilight Zone Live: Season X at the Dark Room Theatre
Assistant Producer of the West Coast debut of  The Ape Woman, presented by Dark Porch Theatre
Costume Co-designer/Wardrobe Supervisor, CCSF: 
Jesus Christ Superstar directed by Deborah Shaw
Much Ado About Nothing directed by John Wilk

Exit Theater's DivaFest reading of Dark Porch Theatre's "Pas de Quatre" as the 19th century ballerina Fanny Elssler

Employed at City College of San Francisco Theatre Arts Department as Assistant Costumer:

Thou Swell directed by David Parr

Arsenic & Old Lace directed by Gloria Weinstock

The Mousetrap directed by Susan Jackson



Supporting actor/dancer/costume designer: Dark Porch Theatre's Eleanor

(Winner of  best original musical script and nominated for best production - BACC Awards, 2012)

Granted third residency at The Garage for the presentation of The Age of Reason



Granted second residency at The Garage and presented an adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov's Laughter in the Dark

Dancer/actor: Dark Porch Theatre's award-winning play Cockroach



Joined Dark Porch Theatre as a lead actor/singer/dancer in the hit musical The InBetweens 


Granted first artists' residency at 975 Howard/The Garage and curated the show Bending Sinister, which included her works-in-progress as well as work from Dark Porch Theatre and Fou Fou Ha!

Dancer: Oakland Opera Theatre's "Renard" and "L'Histoire du Soldat", choreographed by Shannon Gaines



Dancer, actor, fire performer:  Vau de Vire Society: 

Dancer (soloist & ensemble) Landini Dance Company- Joe Landini, Artistic Director



Returned to The Bay Area to curate "Juice -The Pulp Diaries of Everyday Artists." (1 & 2) Both productions were presented at The Jon Sims Center for the Arts. 

Actor/dancer/singer: "The Sound That Comes Out" Directed by Christine Cali  



Studied abroad in India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Mexico, earning certifications in Ashtanga Yoga, Ayurvedic, and Thai Massage



Dancer (soloist and ensemble) Spinning Yarns Dance Collective - ODC, San Francisco



Choreographer/Costume Designer: ongoing cabaret act "Pixie"

Dancer/Costume Designer: Liminal Dance Theatre

Studied prose and poetry with renowned writer Diane di Prima



Soloist with Landini Dance Company

Cabaret performer at Victoria Theater with Spectacle Productions 



Director/Choreographer: presented one collaborative ensemble and one solo at The Cowell Theatre

Performed at Dance Mission with Spinning Yarns Dance Collective

Dancer in SF Lyric Opera's production of  "Andrea Chenier", choreographed by Carolyn Carvajal