About Sarah Rose Graber and Ruxy Cantir
Sarah Rose Graber and Ruxy Cantir are Glasgow-based theatre makers collaborating on new devised work since 2017. They make shows for all ages ranging from spectacle-based outdoor theatre to intimate indoor work and using Contemporary Devising practices, Puppetry, and Physical and Visual Theatre. Together they have created The Dirty Laundry Campaign - an interactive street theatre show about two inept politicians looking for your vote; Two in a Barrel - a physical theatre show for kids about the waste we create, and Unicorn Dance Party - an interactive theatrical experience about finding our inner unicorn.
Graber is a Circumnavigator Scholar having travelled around the world researching theatre for social change. She won a Fulbright award to create devised work across the UK, and recently gave a TEDx talk on her explorations with creating serendipity in creative processes. She was One of 15 Women to Watch in Today’s Chicago Woman Magazine, shortlisted for the Amazing Women Awards with No.1 Magazine, and hailed by the Chicago Theatre Beat as “one of the finest comedic actresses in Chicago.”
“[one] of Scotland’s leading visual theatre makers,” Ruxandra Cantir is a Moldova-born, US-trained physical theatre maker, performer, and teacher. Ruxy holds an MFA in Ensemble Based Physical Theatre from Dell’Arte International. She devises and performs original work in Clown, Physical Comedy, and Movement Theatre. Recently she appeared at the 2020 Manipulate Visual Theatre Festival (Edinburgh) and was commissioned to devise and perform a new outdoor piece for young audiences for the Hans Christian Andersen Festival in Denmark.