Sarah Formosa
Actor, Dancer
Non Union
“Sarah is a wonderful young woman, brimming with promise and full of drive to succeed and do well in all that she does, including all human interactions and relationships. She is a formidable force on stage, both technically precise and beautifully strong as well as emanating fiery charisma and sheer love of moving in space. She inspires and attracts both her competitors and her peers and is a splendid student to teach.”
– Sarah Brewer-Clowes

Born and raised in the Greater Vancouver Area, Sarah has always had a love for performing and began dancing at the age of three. While she started her career training in all styles of dance, upon graduation, she decided to go a more classical route after being accepted to the prestigious Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program in 2014 in San Francisco, California.
At LINES, Sarah found her love of contemporary dance and had the pleasure of taking part in the creation of eight new works throughout her two years in the program. She’s worked closely with artists such as: Alonzo King, Shannon Gillen, Sidra Bell, David Harvey, Maurya Kerr and Gregory Dawson, all of whom have been very influential on her as an artist. While in San Francisco, Sarah was commissioned to join Alameda Civic Ballet Company as a member of the corps de ballet in their 2015 production of the Nutcracker and was then promoted to a soloist during her contract.
In the past, Sarah has danced in the Grey Cup halftime show, the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Paralympics and Amanda Lauren’s live show produced by Michael Challenger. Heron camera credits include Marianas Trench’s music video “Pop 101” directed by Kyle Davison. She also trained as a high-level gymnast and received vocal coaching all through her high school career. Sarah continues to strive to grow as an artists and is excited for what the future holds.