North Coast Rep produced The Odyssey in 2021.
Frankenstein was produced by Cardinal Stritch University, 2021
Anne of Green Gables was produced by Corner Playhouse in 2021
Orlando Repertory Theatre and Unicorn Theatre (UT) produced Anne of Green Gables in 2020
The Odyssey had productions at Pittsboro Youth Theater and Germantown Community Theatre in 2020
Sara Crewe was produced by Topeka Civic Theatre in 2020
Sandberg directed Brecht's Mother Courage and Her Children, with music by Vince Di Mura, at Princeton's Berlind Theater in 2019.
Jarpteetza/The Firebird was produced by Bishop’s University (Canada) in 2019
Zabel in Exile had a public staged reading at the Armenian Museum of America in 2019.
Frankenstein was produced at West Shore Community College and Shoestring Community Players, 2019
Sandberg directed Fun Home by Lisa Kron and Jeanine Tesori at Princeton University in 2019
Anne of Green Gables was produced by Cornerstone Performing Arts (KS) in 2019
Sandberg directed Sophie Treadwell's Machinal at Princeton University in 2019
Mad Dreams had a workshop production at Princeton University in 2019
Zabel in Exile, commissioned by AIWA and Merrimack Repertory Theater, had a workshop and public staged reading at Merrimack Rep in 2018
Frankenstein was produced by Wayne State College (NE), Saints Dramatic Society (UK), Paradise Theatre, (WA), and Dog Star Theatre, (CO) in 2018
Sandberg directed Fornes' Fefu and Her Friends at Princeton University in 2018.
“Love is a Train/Amor es un Tren” was produced at NJ Rep and published in the Theatre Brut Festival Anthology (Smith & Kraus) in 2017.
Sandberg dramaturged Gurls by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz at Princeton University, 2017
Anne of Green Gables was produced by Concordia University in 2017
Sandberg directed The Three Sisters at Princeton University, 2017
Frankenstein was produced at the University of Illinois in 2017
Sandberg directed A Streetcar Named Desire at Princeton University in 2017
Terra Incognita, commissioned by Story Works and George Street Playhouse, was produced at George Street Playhouse in 2016.
The Judgment of Bett was published in New Visions/New Voices: 25 years/25 plays in February 2016. The volume is a selection of plays from the Kennedy Center's new play development program.
Frankenstein was produced by Murray State University, Fort Smith Little Theatre, and Edinburgh University Theatre Company (UK) in 2016
Knoxville Children’s Theatre produced Sara Crewe in 2016
Sandberg directed Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine at Princeton University in 2015.
Lexx Productions (Australia), New Mexico State University, Kentucky Shakespeare and Funeral Pyre Theatre (Canada) produced Frankenstein in 2015
Sandberg directed Pygmalion at Princeton Summer Theater, July 2015.
Sadly, Open Door Theater suspended operations in 2014. It toured Stop It Now and Talk About Stuff for 24 years.
George Street Playhouse completed its six year run touring IRL (in real life).
Sandberg directed Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive at Princeton University, March, 2015.
Sandberg directed Madman/Robertson, a solo recreation of Gogol's Diary of a Madman, in January 2015 at Princeton University.
Mad Dreams, a musical re-imagining of A Midsummer Night's Dream set in Athens Georgia in 1961, was workshopped at Passage Theatre, November, 2014. Composer Vince Di Mura wrote the music.
Two monologues from ROUNDELAY were published in Best Contemporary Monologues for Men, 18-35, Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2014
Sandberg was given a President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, Princeton University.
Theater of Northeastern Connecticut and Saint Ignatius College (Australia) produced Frankenstein.
A scene from Convivencia was published in Scenes and Monologues of Spiritual Experience from the Best Contemporary Plays, Applause Theatre Books.
Sandberg directed Inside/Out, a new solo show by Tadesh Inagaki, in May 2014 at Princeton University.
Rochester College (MN) and Stephens College (MO) both produced Anne of Green Gables.
Sandberg directed staged readings of 22 Lewd Chinese Women by Dennis Chin at Princeton University and Beasts of Love by C. K. Williams at the Princeton Art Museum.
University of Central Arkansas produced The Odyssey.
Davidson College produced IRL (in real life).
Sandberg directed Uncle Vanya in October, 2013 at Princeton University.
Press Past (originally Breaking the Press) was optioned by Giving Back Films.
Convivencia was workshopped with Playwrights Theatre of NJ and The Growing Stage.
Roundelay will be produced at Passage Theater in Trenton, NJ, March 21-April 7, 2013.
Two monologues from Roundelay will be published in Smith & Kraus’ anthology: THE BEST MEN’S STAGE MONOLOGUES OF 2013.
Northeastern Illinois University produced The Odyssey.
What Can't Be Seen received a staged reading at Tides Theatre, San Francisco in Winter 2012.
Sandberg recently directed Gaslight for Princeton Summer Theatre, as well as A Steady Rain and a staged reading of Philip Kan Gotanda's The Life and Times of Chang and Eng at Princeton University.
Sandberg's plays have recently been produced in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Canada!
What Can't Be Seen received a workshop and staged reading in June 2011 at the Passage Theatre.
Dallas Children's Theatre will produce Anne of Green Gables in spring 2012. Anne is now available from Dramatic Publishing.
"The Shirt" was published by Dramatic Publishing in The Bully Plays in 2011. Click here for information.
Jarpteetza/The Firebird was produced at Pierce College and The Day-Old Theater (Mainz, Germany) in 2011.
Frankenstein will be produced at Savannah State University in fall 2011. It was also produced by Shawnee Summer Theatre and Theatre on Main in 2011 and Indiana State University and Dumbstruck Productions (in the UK) in 2010.
Frankenstein and Jarpteetza are now published by Playscripts.
In 2011, Sandberg directed A Broad Abroad by Olivia Stoker at Princeton University and dramaturged Another Girl by John Yearly at PlayPenn.
Banner images: Anne of Green Gables at Seattle Children's Theatre (photo: C. Bennion).