Sara Lowitz is a singer/dancer/advocate/truth-seeker currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Sara traveled to New York to attend New York University, where she studied Theatre for Social Justice through the Gallatin School. Sara has enjoyed being a part of community theater outreach programs such as Lyrics on Lockdown, where actors, dancers, musicians, and poets create and facilitate workshops for incarcerated youth at Riker’s Island. She has also brought her talent and love for teaching across the globe, currently holding a resident teaching position in Cali, Colombia. Sara is also a licensed social worker, and primarily uses narrative storytelling and music as therapy for young victims of trauma. In her spare time, Sara co-manages 9Lives, a performance venue in Park Slope, Brooklyn which welcomes new creative talent in order to strengthen the community at large. She is proud to work among talented performers, creatives, and teachers as part of Community Word Project, and looks forward to learning from both her students and her colleagues.
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