Sarah is an associate writer of Fluff Productions. Originally from Chicago, Sarah Sigal is a writer, director, dramaturg and researcher working in new writing, physical theatre, devised work, site-specific performance, cabaret and interactive theatre. She has a BA in English Literature and Theatre Arts from Gettysburg College and an MA and PhD from Goldsmiths, University of London.
Writing credits include: Agent of Influence (Underbelly, 2016 & National Tour) World Enough and Time (Park Theatre, 2014), The Odyssey (The Albany, 2012), Alice's Adventures in the New World (Old Red Lion, 2010 & National Tour) and Dogfight (Arcola, 2006, Edinburgh Festival, 2007).
Directing credits include: MARGO (Assembly Rooms, 2018), EAT Zagi (JW3, 2017), Eating for Victory (Tea House Theatre, 2015), The Cold Clear Elsewhere (Edinburgh Festival, 2014), The Spies Came in from the Cold (Pushkin House, 2014), Secret Soviet Dinner (Exmouth Market, 2013), Caligula (Union Theatre, 2007).
She is a freelance researcher and has taught at Queen Mary, Goldsmiths College, Kingston University and Canterbury Christ Church University. Her book Writing in Collaborative Theatre-Making was published in 2016 by Palgrave Macmillan. She is the Live Performance Programmer at JW3 and is a co-founder of the Change of Art Festival.