Sarah Margarita Lewis is a director, performer, curator and educator currently based in Berlin.
Sarah graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater Production with a focus on directing and producing theater and dance events at Emerson College in Boston, MA. Since relocating to Berlin she has worked with Todd Fletcher and choreographed Streets of Wedding (supported by the U.S. Embassy) as well as taught several theater and dance workshops for children. In 2005 she traveled as a performer to the world expo in Nagoya, Japan supported by Toyota. 2006/2007 she directed and adapted two plays at the English Theatre of Berlin (Salome and Brief Interviews with Hideous Men). She has curated an experimental lab series “Raw Materials Assembled” and curated events at Martinski Fine Arts in Berlin. Since 2006 she has been a member of LEWIS FOREVER (LF) a performance collective consisting of her siblings (artists Ligia, George Jr., Isabel) which has been presented and supported by PS 122, Harlem Stage, New Museum and Dance New Amsterdam in New York and by various galleries and performance venues in Berlin, Germany. In 2010 she worked with NYC/Berlin/ Copenhagen theatre company This Foreign Concept devising and acting in Time? and or Progress?. Also in 2010 she was awarded a prestigious scholarship based on her academic excellence and community involvement from the Friedrich Naumann Foundation which funded her masters in the “Art in Context” program at the University of Arts (UdK) in Berlin. In Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic she recently led a performance workshop at the Instituto Cultural Dominico – Americano and performed in the contemporary Dance Festival Endanco at the national theater Bellas Artes.