Costume and Lighting

Sea Change Within Us

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SARAH E. MOSTHER is a visual storyteller, specializing in costume and apparel design.  This project has been an honor and an inspiration to be a part of and Sarah is grateful for the team of creative and scientific people who all have a heart for the earth and have been brought together through Karin’s vision.  For this show, Sarah was interested in living out the commitment to the environment by purchasing costume pieces only from companies who are dedicated to sustainable sourcing and fair labor practices.

Among her many design credits are:

Multiple productions with KSD including Atmokenisis and Lily/LUNG, the premier of Sonya Schneider’s Big Rock, Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice, George Brandt's Elephant's GraveyardAin't Misbehavin' at the Broadway Center, A trio of Beckett's short plays and American Hwangap at West of Lenin, Way of the World, for which she won the Austin Critic's Circle Award and several Opera and Dance credits including Gordon Getty's Plump Jack.  Assistant design credits include assisting Susan Mickey with Merry Wives of Windsor at OSF and David Zinn with Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf at Shakespeare Santa Cruz.

Sarah begins a new position as Assistant Professor of Costume Design and Technology at Baylor University in the fall.


SARA TORRES is a Pacific Northwest native with a deep appreciation for the beauty of the region and a passion for creation in all its many forms. Her recent design work includes Strange Fruit (2019) presented by Spectrum Dance Theater and choreographed by Donald Byrd, Tequila con Miel y Limon (2018) presented by the AU Collective at the On The Boards Northwest New Works Festival and choreographed by Fausto Rivera and Cheryl Delostrinos, and Saci & The Greater Trumps (2017) presented and choreographed by Karin Stevens. You may have seen some of her work at the Seattle International Dance Festival, where she was the Technical Director for ten years (2007-2017) or at one of Spectrum Dance Theater's studio productions where she has been Production Manager for three seasons (2016-2019)

Sara is thrilled to be working with Karin and this entire team of artists, scientists, and activists to raise awareness for the vital role that water plays in our lives and society and to support movements toward a more harmonious relationship with our Mother Earth.