Sally Nutt

co-artistic director

Sally Nutt first worked with FPTC in 2010 in Carny Knowledge, playing the frustrated wife and a needy mother in the short plays Wife of Bobbo and Love Me/Leave Me. Other recent area credits include The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Miss Knag, Mrs. Wititerly, ensemble), Quills and Barefoot in the Park (Bad Habit Productions), Something About Swans (Blackburn Center for the Arts at Boston Playwrights Theatre), and Funny Money (Newburyport's Firehouse Center). She relishes working with playwrights, workshopping and performing in their new works, and as such, is an actor-in-residence with Boston’s Playwrights’ Platform. Sally grew up in rural New Jersey, traveled the world courtesy of the U.S. Air Force, currently resides on the North Shore . . . and has thrived on theatre in all those places. She is a voice-over artist and a member of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.