I believe in the unifying power of Stories.
My fifteen years of experience as an actor, playwright, and director and 6 years of experience as an educator have given me the joyful opportunity to be a student of Humanity forever. I find joy in answering the important question: What motivates us to make the choices we do?
As the world continues to cause destruction and delight, I am driven as an artist to uncover understanding among the chaos. As an educator, I am inspired by the benefit arts education can have for the individual who is discovering the transformative power of their own potential.
Sharon Combs is an actor, writer, and theatre educator who recently relocated back to Arkansas, her home state. As an actor, Sharon has worked professionally all over the country for the last twelve years with Shake on the Lake and Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre as well as Williamston Theatre, Nebraska Theatre Caravan, Sonoma Valley Shakespeare, Murry’s Dinner Playhouse, and Arkansas Arts Center, among others. She has appeared in the films Sheol, Surfacing, and Tiger. As a Director and Educator, Sharon has worked with children and teens, devising original works through workshops in various programs including SOTL, AST, and Summer Circle Theatre in Michigan. As a playwright, she has collaborated on various Theatre for Young Audiences adaptations including Will’s First Drafts, DenMark Funk, and My Fair Shakespeare. She recently graduated from Michigan State University, receiving an MFA in Acting and Certification in College Teaching. While at MSU, she has been teaching introductory acting courses to non-majors in the Department of Theatre and Residential College of Arts and Humanities for the past three years. She was the instructor for RCAH’s theatre workshop course, Acting for Social Change, an introductory acting course focused on devising theatre for social change. She is also one of the creators of a new Podcast titled "The Moment Before" which offers original acting exercises based in various acting techniques and was released in 2021
She can also make a killer latte.
2010 - present
2010 - present