Sara Fay George Performer. Writer. Director. Educator.
Sara Fay George is a New York based Theater Artist. She is the Co-Artistic Director of The Box Collective and has produced new work in California, New York City, Berlin, Venice and Milan. She is dedicated to challenging the conventions of modern theater and is also seasoned in the classics. Some of Sara's title roles include Hedda Gabler, Hermione in Winter's Tale, and Katherina in The Taming of the Shrew.
She is the Founder of The Holistic Method, a physical training technique designed to bring participants in contact with themselves and others. In 2011, she moved to Berlin and was the Resident Movement Teacher at the Fritz-Kirchoff Schule and Actor's Space, Berlin. She currently teaches Movement at the William Esper Acting Studio in New York City.
As a playwright, Sara Fay is known for weaving classical texts into stories. In 2014, 116, composed from the complete works of Shakespeare, premiered at the New Ohio Theater in New York City. The Stadt Elegies, composed from the writing of Rainer Maria Rilke, toured through Italy in the Summer of 2015.
In the Fall of 2015 she directed Swan Song: Voices on Climate Change, in collaboration with COP 21 and Climate Change Theater Action. In the Summer of 2016 she directed In or Out, an immersive piece which takes audiences behind the doors of a Brooklyn brownstone and into the home of a spiritual cult. Her most recent directorial work, From the Heartland of Nausea, premiered at the United Solo Festival October 2017.