Sara Morgulis is an applied theatre educator and director who is dedicated to engaging young people through accessible and inclusive theatre practices. For the past five years, Sara has served as the Associate Direction of Education at the New York City Children's Theater. During that time, she has co-written and directed several touring shows and applied theatre workshops that have reached thousands of students in New York City's five boroughs.  In 2015, Sara received the TYA/USA Ann Shaw Fellowship Award, which funded a trip to London to learn about Oily Cart Theatre's play development process. Sara used her research to co-create a touring multi-sensory musical workshop called FIVE, designed for students with special needs and the very young. Sara also serves as the Director of Education at Actionplay, an organization dedicated to providing people on the autism spectrum equal access to the arts through programming, professional development, and training modules. Sara has led workshops and served on panels about her arts work in disability community at the AATE Conference, Face to Face Arts in Education Conference, the NYU Forum on Educational Theatre, and ARTWORKS Art in Education Conference. She holds an MA in Applied Theatre from the City University of New York and a BFA in Acting with a Minor in Education Studies from Syracuse University.