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A transdisciplinary conservation-theatre project and short play series aimed to increase science identity in the theatre industry.

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What is science identity? 

Science identity describes a person's willingness to participate in and expectation to succeed in science activities. Therefore, a higher science identity may lead to a greater participation in science activities, both professionally and recreationally. It can be increased through a number of activities artists naturally participate in, such as creativity, inquiry, and reflection.

And fostering science identity in the theatre community is important when considering we are storytellers who are primed for communicating difficult topics, sparking cathartic experiences, igniting conversations, and inspiring behavior change

How does it all connect?

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Why participate?


Contribute to the development of a new theatrical piece


Enhance your knowledge and skills in science and conservation through curated activities and experiences


Immerse yourself in the community and advance meaningful connections


Explore novel approaches to science communication and engaging audiences


Develop a greater sense of agency in effecting change within your community and beyond

About Sarah(she/her)
Founder/Artistic Director

Sarah Kozlow is a theatre professional and science communicator working to improve science literacy, environmental stewardship, and science communication through her positioning as an artist.


She received a BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Hartford (Hartt School) where she had the opportunity to work with Hartford Stage and Goodspeed Musicals. After graduation, Sarah continued her acting career with regional theatres and touring companies throughout the United States. She found herself taking on more creative responsibilities with ArtsPower National Touring Theatre and eventually transitioned into the roles of director and choreographer going on to helm nine productions for the company.


At the onset of 2020, Sarah embarked on her science journey and has since earned an MA in Biology from Miami University in partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York City. During her time in the program, she participated in environmental stewardship activities with NY-based environmental organizations and studied community science initiatives onsite in Belize.


Since developing a passion for transdisciplinary work, Sarah has presented a workshop on science identity and colonialism in science at the National Women's Theatre Festival in Raleigh, NC and led an environmental stewardship and science communication event for theatre professionals in Brooklyn, NY. She is excited about reinvigorating her love of science and seeking creative ways to merge the two disciplines together.

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