Sandy Spieler‘s work includes tiny suitcase shows, main stage productions, public art commissions, streetscape designs, residencies/collaborations with communities, schools and universities, and 30 years of work about Water.  She’s one of the founders of In the Heart of the Beast Theatre and Mayday. She currently wonders what it means to enact a “theatre of inter-being.”

Sandy holds an MA of Cultural Performance from Bristol University England, studied puppetry arts at Bread and Puppet Theater and at NYU. She’s grateful for supportive awards over the years including two UNIMA-USA Citations of Excellence and the 2014 “Distinguished Artist of the Year” from the McKnight Foundation.

More information can be found on her website at