About Sarah Kane
Sarah Kane was born in London, had elocution lessons as a child, and after working in Waldorf education for 10 years, completed a training in Creative Speech in Germany, Switzerland and the UK, graduating in 1989.
Sarah directs, performs, and teaches Michael Chekhov's technique and Creative Speech and Rudolf Steiner's indications for acting and theatre; she has been researching the practical and philosophical connections between the two for many years.
She has run part-time training courses in the UK at Emerson College and in the USA at the Stanislavsky Theatre Studio, and contributed as a visiting teacher either with Creative Speech or with Chekhov's techniques to professional mainstream and anthroposophical acting and speech trainings in the UK, USA, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Slovenia and Switzerland.
Sarah has performed with The Rose Theatre Company, Portal Productions & The Stanislavski Theater Studio (Washington, DC), and with The London School of Eurythmy & Eurythmeum (Stuttgart), as well as devised and performed independent speech and storytelling programmes.
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