Office: Bryan 224
Sandra Lea Albers
Performing Arts Facilities Coordinator
Sandra Lea Albers joined Washington State University's School of Music in 1996. She is a graduate of Brenau College and the Yale School of Drama.
Sandra served as stage manager for many new plays including: August Wilson's The Piano Lesson, John Guare's Moon over Miami and Arthur Laurent's The Radical Mystique. From 1989-1996, she worked with South African playwright Athol Fugard as stage manager for A Place with the Pigs, The Road to Mecca, A Lesson from Aloes, Boesman and Lena, My Children! My Africa!, Playland, and Valley Song at the LaJolla Playhouse, Manhattan Theatre Club, the Alliance and the McCarter Theatre. From 1993-1996, Sandra also worked as Meetings Manager for Lighting Dimensions International, a theatre technology trade show.
Sandra currently serves as Performing Arts Facilities Coordinator for the School of Music which produces over 100 concerts and university events per year.