Department of Theatre

Sara Valentine

Assistant Professor of Theatre

Office Location

Russell Hall, USM Gorham Campus



Academic Degrees

  • MFA Acting, University of Delaware Professional Theatre Training Program
  • BA Theatre Arts, Ithaca College


Sara Valentine is a native New Englander with a BA in Theatre Arts from Ithaca College and an MFA in Acting from the University of Delaware Professional Theatre Training Program. She joined the USM faculty in 2016, arriving from Tulane University (New Orleans.)  Some theatre credits include the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Arden Theatre of Philadelphia, and the Shakespeare Festivals of Colorado, Maine, North Carolina, and Philadelphia, among others.

Since 2004, she has created and performed theatre productions for Really Inventive Stuff, a vaudeville-inspired theatre company that presents programs with symphony orchestras throughout North America. 

Sara is a member of Actor’s Equity (AEA), and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA). She is currently completing certification in the Roy Hart Theatre Voice, and studies voice pedagogy with the Centre Artistique International Roy Hart (CAIRH) in Malérargues, France. 

At USM, Sara teaches Voice and Speech for the Actor, Public Speaking, Theatre Workshop, and Capstone/Senior Seminar. She also directs and coaches dialects for the department main stage productions.