Sarah Cameron Sunde is a New York based director who collaboratively creates interdisciplinary performances for the stage and beyond. She started directing while living in England in 1997 and was influenced by European traditions of expressionism and devising theater. She has directed several U.S. debut productions of plays by contemporary international master playwrights: THE ASPHALT KISS by Brazil’s Nelson Rodrigues, and her own translations of NIGHT SINGS ITS SONGS, DEATHVARIATIONS, SA KA LA, and A SUMMER DAY by Norway’s major contemporary playwright, Jon Fosse – who considers her “his American voice.” World premiere directing credits include productions at 3LD Art & Technology Center (THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL), The Guthrie Studio (WHAT MAY FALL), Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (THE AMISH PROJECT), and New Georges (GOOD HEIF) – one of NYC’s premiere downtown theater companies where she has been the Deputy Artistic Director since 2001. Sunde work with Lydian Junction has been seen at 3LD, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, and the Figment Festival on Governor’s Island. Sunde is also Co-Artistic Director of Oslo Elsewhere, a published translator and an active advocate for the art of translation, and a core member of Theatre Without Borders. Honors include: American Scandinavian Society Artist Award, Hermitage Foundation Residency, a NYtheatre.com Person-of-the-Year Award, and a Princess Grace Award.