School of Arts & Humanities
I teach the following modules: Acting for Camera, The Global Actor, Naturalism, Theatre Production, Professional Profile and Classical Performance.
My research interests lie in developments in contemporary performance and storytelling with focus on:
(2018) Baring the Bard: Brite Theatre’s One Woman Richard III. Rose Theatre, Kingston Shakespeare Series
(2013) Changing Languages of Performance: Adapting Shakespeare. Unpublished paper presented at: IFTR: Re-Routing Performance, 22-26 July, Barcelona.
(2013) Adapting Shakespeare for the 21st Century Stage. Unpublished paper presented at: University of Warwick, Theatre at the Crossroads of Language and Genre, 27 April, Coventry.
(2013) The interplay of multiple selves in reconstructing autobiographical experiences for performance - recounting domestic abuse in Monstrous Love. Unpublished paper presented at Colloquium of Performance Research, Central School of Speech and Drama, 18 January, London.
(2011) Beyond Adapting Dialogue. Unpublished paper presented at 13th Annual British Graduate Shakespeare Conference, British Shakespeare institute, 26-28 May.
Book and Performance Reviews
(2014) Shakespeare, Trauma, and Contemporary Performance by Catherine Silverstone reviewed in New Theatre Quarterly, 30 (04), pp. 406-407.
(2012) A Midsummer Night's Dream directed by Sean Holmes, reviewed in Teaching Shakespeare, 1 (Spring), p. 16.
Sarah also works as an actor and workshop leader. She is Artistic Director of Restless Theatre CIC.