Sarah Elizabeth Ford
Sarah Elizabeth Ford returned to Boston in 2017 after over a decade in New York City. Recent projects include The Father and Constellations with the Studio Theatre (Washington, D.C.), the United Nations General Assembly’s Sustainable Development Goals project presentation, and Global Citizen’s #ShowUpVote campaign. New York City credits include Ugly Lies the Bone with Roundabout Underground; the Bridge Project (As You Like It and The Tempest); Ridge Theatre’s Lightning at Our Feet and Shelter; Paul Simon’s American Tunes & Songs from the Capeman, all at the Brooklyn Academy of Music; and various productions with the 24 Hour Play Company. Touring and regional credits include Fela! The Concert at the Adelaide and Auckland Arts Festivals; Venus In Fur with Singapore Repertory Theatre, where she also worked as APM for the 2013–2014 season; Much Ado About Nothing with Shakespeare on the Sound; new works with New York Stage and Film; Traveling Lady at the French Institute Alliance Française New York City and Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris; Voices of Strength with MAPP International Productions; and The Nutcracker with Connecticut Ballet. Ford is a member of Actors' Equity Association.