Sara Guerrero is a Southern California native. She’s the founding artistic director of the award-winning, Santa Ana-based Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble, and has been recognized as one of the “People to Watch” by American Theatre Magazine, and “Best [Artistic] Director” and “Person of Interest” by OC WEEKLY. A CalArts alum, Guerrero is a professional versatile theatre artist whose mission is to model, share, and create theatre-making opportunities for and with her community.
Previously, she served as the community engagement director for SCR’s Dialogue/Diálogos Project (two-year community theatre-making project) and was producing associate to the project’s production, El Largo Camino de Hoy / The Long Road Today by José Cruz González.
Guerrero's directing credits include Guadalupe in the Guest Room (Creede Repertory Theatre, Colorado), The Madres, A National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere (Skylight Theatre, Los Angeles), Rosado (John Lion New Plays Festival, CSU Los Angeles, Fabulous Monsters (Latinx New Plays Festival of San Diego Repertory), Angel of the Desert (South Coast Repertory’s Studio Series), Real Women Have Curves (Costa Mesa Playhouse), and holds an extensive list of additional credits and works with other major institutes, organizations, universities, schools, and communities.
She supports herself as an teaching & theatre artist.