As a theater historian, Sara Freeman ’95 studies the intersection of art, politics, and gender through the lens of contemporary theater companies. In her role as professor and chair of the theatre arts department, Freeman is active on campus, serving in the Faculty Senate, co-chairing a committee to recommend principles for renaming buildings, and helping to organize the Race & Pedagogy Institute’s national conference. Now, she’s thinking about how theater will evolve after the COVID-19 pandemic to embrace new technology and reach a wider audience.