The Supernova is Station Theater's signature improv form in which stories and discussion are molded and reshaped into original improvised content. The Supernova cast invites a special guest each week to tell true, personal stories in a one-on-one interview format. Guests vary week-to-week, ranging from traveling comedians, local celebrities, or even selected audience volunteers!
This week, we welcome actress Sara Gaston!
Sara Gaston has been acting for over 25 years. She recently returned from studying at the Groundlings in Los Angeles. She has appeared in countless indie films, web series, commercials (local & national), industrials, performed improv and sketch comedy, as well as animation and voice-over. She has performed on various stages throughout Houston including The Alley Theatre in Aaron Sorkin’s «The Farnsworth Invention,» the Hobby Center, Main Street Theater, and Stages. She has worked with Tony and Obie-winning directors. She received a B.A. in Drama from the University of Texas in Austin and has continued her studies with various instructors including: The Margie Haber Studio in L.A., Jeff Perry of «Scandal» (also a founding member of the famed Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago), Kim Rubenstein (formerly of the Long Warf Theatre) and Dave Razowsky, Rick Kuhlman, & Sheldon Patinkin (Second City, L.A. & Chicago).