Sarah Cameron Sunde

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Sarah Cameron Sunde is an American theatrical director[1] and translator based in New York City. She is a graduate of the UCLA School of Theater Film and Television, and is a Lincoln Center Directors Lab alumna. She has directed plays in New York City, California and Great Britain.


In 2004, she translated and directed Jon Fosse’s Night Sings Its Songs at the Culture Project in New York City, and the following year she directed The Asphalt Kiss by Nelson Rodrigues at the Off-Broadway 59E59 Theaters.[2] She directed her translation of Fosse's deathvariations in 2006 and SaKaLa in 2008. In 2009, she directed the world premiere of Sarah Dickey's The Amish Project at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.[3]

Sunde is a co-founder of both Oslo Elsewhere and the Translation Think Tank.


  • Robert & Gloria Hausman Theater Award, Princess Grace Fellowship in Directing (2005)
  • Artist Award, American Scandinavian Society (2005)


  1. ^ Suskin, Steven (June 1, 2006). "Dead City". Variety. Retrieved 29 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Jones, Kenneth (7 October 2005). "NYC Premiere of Asphalt Kiss Among Celebration of Works by Brazil's Nelson Rodrigues, Oct. 7 -". Playbill. Retrieved 29 March 2011. 
  3. ^ Smith, Timmy (June 2009). "Talking Amish: Jessica Dickey and Sarah Cameron Sunde with Tommy Smith". The Brooklyn Rail.