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Zoe Sarnak

Representation

Ally Shuster, Olivier Sultan, Kevin Lin (CAA)

Zoe Sarnak

Biography

ZOE SARNAK is an award-winning composer and lyricist based in New York City. Works include: Afterwords (with Emily Kaczmarek, Village Theatre Seattle, Second Stage Lab), Secret Soldiers (with Marsha Norman, Williamstown Theatre Festival Commission), Empire Records (with Carol Heikkinen), Afloat (with Emily Kaczmarek, WP Theatre Commission), Galileo (with Danny Strong, Michael Weiner and dir. Michael Mayer), Teddy & Max (with Brian Crawley), Lila and the Lonely Few (with Rachel Bonds, Geffen Playhouse Commission) and Split (with Michele Lowe, Transport Group Commission). Awards include: 2018 Jonathan Larson Grant Winner, Fred Ebb Award finalist, Kleban Award finalist, Billie Burke Ziegfeld Award finalist, and NY Stage & Film’s Founders Award finalist. Residencies include: The Public Theater at Vineyards Arts, Goodspeed Writers Colony, Williamstown Theatre Festival, WP Lab, The Orchard Project, Roundabout Residency, New York Theatre Workshop, McCarter Theater Residency, Prospect Theatre Company, Eugene O’Neill Artist Residency, and Rhinebeck Writers Retreat. Music featured: NY Times Live, The Shannara Chronicles (Spike), Silent Witness (BBC), The Make It Fair Project, The Lilly Awards, and more. Education: Harvard University.

Professional Experience

  • Off Broadway
  • Regional
  • Concerts/Cabaret
  • Education

Regions

  • NYC/Tri-State Area
  • LA/Southern California

Hireable as

  • Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
  • Songwriter
  • Orchestrator
  • Vocal Arranger

Instruments

  • Guitar - acoustic
  • Guitar - electric
  • Piano

Software

  • Finale

Affiliations

  • ASCAP
  • THE DRAMATISTS GUILD

Pronouns

  • She/Her