Sarah Ingel is a Charlotte based dance artist, and performance maker. Utilizing improvisation, choreography, theatre and design to make works for both site specific installation and the stage, her work cultivates intimate and meditative spaces for audiences to engage with their own experiences of authenticity, vulnerability and humanity. Sarah graduated high school from the North Carolina School of Arts then received her B.F.A. from Hollins University in partnership with the American Dance Festival. She has had the privilege of working with artists including Sidra Bell, Ivy Baldwin, Douglas Becker, Leah Cox, Ishmael Houston-Jones, John Jasperse, Helen Simoneau, Vanessa Voskuill, and Jesse Zaritt. Sarah works behind the scenes at Charlotte Ballet, as the Assistant Stage Manager, Shoe Manager, and Costume Technician. She has been an artist in residence at Goodyear Arts since 2015, and has been with the collective through all three locations (Stonewall, College, and Camp North End). Sarah is co-director of repCLT, a North Carolina non-profit organization advocating research and exchange in performance. She also is co-founder/co-producer of ladyfestCLT, which promotes dance and female makers in the Southeast region.
performance by Ben Ingel and Sarah Ingel, Music by Dylan Gilbert
Video by Toby Shearer, edited by Sarah Ingel
ladyfestCLT 2018 at Charlotte Ballet, January 2018