Savage Arts


Based on an actual “Indian Witchcraft Trial” in 1930 Buffalo, NY. A naive housewife enters a world of art, passion and Iroquois tribal lore when a French artist moves next door. His paintings of Seneca Indians lead to a brutal crime.

Performances: January 18 – February 16, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm. Tickets $15-35, sliding scale, available at, or 1(800) 838-3006. The Marsh, 1062 Valencia Street @ 22nd San Francisco, CA 94110. Info on local restaurants, transportation and parking.

Sharon is interviewed by the Cool As Hell Theatre Show hosted by KQED. Listen to the podcast!

Savage Arts was originally developed at The Marsh, a breeding ground for new performance, as part of the Performance Initiative, directed by David Ford. It was presented at Emerging Artists One Woman Standing Festival, April, 2007.