Speaking and Events

Sarah speaking

Keynote Speech, Stories for Change, YWCA Circle of Women, Minneapolis Convention Center. May 2017

Storytelling Bootcamp, DigitalWorks Arts for All Institute, Ordway Music Center, St. Paul. February 2017

Visiting Lecturer at the Emerson College European Center. 20th Century Dystopian European Literature; Gender in Late Antiquity through the Middle Ages; Travel Writing Workshop. Spring 2015

Lecture at the Emerson College European Center. Global Nomads: Travel Writing and Publishing in a Digital Age. November 2014

Presentation and company training session, Happen Amsterdam. The Art of Storytelling. February 2014

Lecture at the Emerson College European Center: The Perils and Possibilities of the Unreliable Narrator. November 2013

Lecture at the Emerson College European Center. Travel Writing. November 2013.



How do you turn a tragedy into a comedy?

Don’t Fake Your Own Death, a new play premiering at the Minnesota Fringe Festival, August 2013

What the press says:

St. Paul Pioneer Press: “… playwright and star Sarah Chandler’s journey through life, love and Shakespeare…her guide is a foul-mouthed version of the Bard himself.” 

“Funny, sweet and captivating.”

Minneapolis Star-Tribune:A modern-day actress meets Shakespeare, as he explains his lost manuscript, “The Rules of Love” to help her learn where she went wrong on and off stage…If you are a Shakespeare buff, this show is for you.”

Sarah is available to speak at corporate and university events, including group and individual training and consulting sessions on public speaking, writing, storytelling and communication. 

C.V. with complete speaking, consulting and performance credits available upon request