Sarah Rose Graber
Sarah Rose Graber is a multidisciplinary theatre artist working between the US and UK. She attended Northwestern University in Chicago studying theatre and received her acting certificate from RADA in London. Graber is a Circumnavigator Scholar Grant winner having traveled around the world to South Africa, Kenya, Mauritius, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, the US, and the UK exploring theatre for social change. She was named one of “15 Women to Watch in 2015” by Today’s Chicago Woman Magazine and was awarded a prestigious US-UK Fulbright Grant in 2013 to work with professional theatre companies across the UK researching devising based practices and making interdisciplinary theatrical experiences. She is the recipient of the MacArthur International Connections Fund for her production of Reprise which was performed both in Chicago and Glasgow as part of National Theatre of Scotland's Home Away Festival.
In the UK, Graber has worked with the National Theatre of Scotland (TIN FOREST, GRANITE, HOME AWAY, EXCHANGE 2018), Playwrights’ Studio Scotland (STAGE TO PAGE), Fuel (THE ROOF), New Inck (SCENES UNSEEN, GOLD DUST), Tron (TRON 100 FESTIVAL), the LIFT festival (TURFED), Scottish Youth Theatre (BIT BY BIT, CREATIVE SPACES, STEALING STARS), Surge (DIRTY LAUNDRY CAMPAIGN) and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (HUNTING OF THE SNARK).
Graber is a lover of travel and enjoys working across cultures. Her work often takes on a feminist perspective, explores issues of social change and plays with humour. She is co-Artistic Director of New Inck which creates all original work and runs workshops on everything from directing and devising techniques to community building and ensemble creation.