sarah cameron sunde co-artistic director
Sarah is a New York-based theater director, specializing in new American plays and contemporary plays in translation. Since 2003, she has worked with Jon Fosse (Norway’s leading contemporary dramatist) as his director/translator in the United States. Her 2004 production of Night Sings Its Songs formally introduced American audiences to his work and her 2006 production of deathvariations led the New York Times to call Fosse’s work “fierce poetic simplicity”. Sarah’s work as Fosse’s translator has been published in PAJ (Performing Arts Journal) and Words Without Borders. As a core member of Theatre Without Borders and a co-founder of the Translation Think Tank, she has spoken in venues throughout the country on the art of translation. Other international directing work includes U.S. premiere productions of The Asphalt Kiss by Nelson Rodrigues (59E59 Theaters/Drama Desk nominated production*) and Mirita by Christopher Dunkley (Cherry Lane Studio), and other work abroad in England and Norway. Since 2001, Sarah has been the Associate Director of New Georges, an OBIE-winning downtown theater that develops and produces ambitious new work by women. New Georges directing credits include Good Heif by Maggie Smith, Velma, Dear by Carson Kreitzer, our week of 365 Days/365 Plays by Suzan-Lori Parks, and numerous readings and workshops. Residencies and development programs: Voice & Vision's ENVISION Retreat, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, New Harmony Project and Hermitage Foundation Residency. Awards include an American Scandinavian Society Artist Award and a Princess Grace Directing Fellowship/Robert & Gloria Houseman Theater Award.

*The New York Times did a web-media feature about Sarah’s production of The Asphalt Kiss. Click here to get a taste of her work.

anna gutto co-artistic director
lisa dozier executive producer