Sarah Lloyd is an interdisciplinary theatre artist and educator from the United States. After graduating with the degree in history from the College of Wooster Sarah pursued an interest in Theatre of the Oppressed, working for Art Corps teaching theatre for social change in Los Angeles. Afterwards, Sarah went on to investigate the teachings and methods of Augusto Boal with youth in Pierce County Juvenile Detention Center in Tacoma, WA, a lockdown facility for sexual offenders in Alachua County, FL, and in public schools in Gainesville, FL. In 2012 Sarah earned a MFA in Theatre Arts from Towson University. She has trained and performed with Double Edge theatre in Ashfield, MA, and worked with theatre companies such as: Kibism under the direction of Naoko Maeshiba, WhiteFlag Performance Group, The Acme Corp, Glass Mind Theatre, and the Collective at Fifty Seven Hundred. She has toured, performed, and trained in Baltimore, Boston, NYC, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Poland, Argentina, and Denmark. Sarah is originally from the Pacific Northwest coast of the United States where she grew up hiking in the Cascades Mountains and exploring the Puget Sound. This early influence of nature and wilderness has been an inspiration for much of Sarah's work as a theatre artist. Sarah's artistic work often uses imagery from nature to create dark, mysterious, and strange theatrical worlds that hope to unsettle and spark the audiences imagination and provoke questions about ones relationship to the world and oneself.