About Sarah Foster-Sproull

Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand

Sarah Foster-Sproull (CBA ’21) is a choreographer in residence at The Royal New Zealand Ballet. She is a Creative New Zealand Choreographic Fellow (2017 – 2019) and Senior Lecturer in Dance Studies at the University of Auckland Dance Studies program with a focus on choreography, creative practice and contemporary dance technique. Foster-Sproull is the Artistic Director of Auckland-based dance company Foster Group. She was the 2019 Director of Choreography at The World of Wearable Art. She is a graduate of the New Zealand School of Dance and holds a Master in Dance Studies from the University of Auckland Dance Studies program.

Knot / Unknot

At CBA, Foster-Sproull will develop a pas de deux (Knot / Unknot) inspired by physics and theories of quantum entanglement. The project explores how ‘entanglement’ might be physically explored to develop a gender-neutral choreographic language within ballet pas de deux.

Gallery

Three dancers performing in Sarah Foster-Sproulls Orchids.

"Orchids" by Sarah Foster-Sproull. Photo by Jocelyn Janon

Photo by Dean Carruthers.

Three dancers performing in Sarah Foster-Sproulls Orchids.