Sarah Levitt Ramey is a choreographer, performer and teacher based in Columbus, OH with a particular focus on community building through dance making. From 2007-2013, she was a Resident Artist with Liz Lerman Dance Exchange in Washington, DC, where she originated roles in Liz Lerman’s The Matter of Origins (2010), Cassie Meador’s Drift (2009) and How To Lose a Mountain (2013) and toured extensively with the company to perform, teach, and develop new work. Highlights include residencies at the Kohler Arts Center (Sheboygan, WI), Harvard University, and St Elizabeth’s Hospital (DC). Her work has been presented at Dance Place (DC), Baltimore Theatre Project, University of Maryland, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Bealtaine Festival (Ireland), Ten Tiny Dances (OH), Columbus Dance Theatre, and the OhioDance Festival. Sarah was awarded the Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in Choreography (2009) and Solo Performance (2010), a 2012 Metro DC Dance Award for Emerging Choreographer, and a 2015 Columbus Dances Fellowship. In 2015, with funding from an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, she began a dance program for adults over 50 called In Motion, which she continues to teach this year. Sarah received her BA in Dance from the University of Maryland, College Park, and her MFA in Dance from The Ohio State University. She lives in the Clintonville neighborhood of Columbus with her husband, Steve.
Visit www.sarahlevittdance.com to learn more about Sarah and her work.