Sarah Grether is a Native American actress based in Berlin Germany. She moved to Germany with 16 years old to become a ballerina- formally dancing in the internationally renaund "Stuttgart Ballet". For over 10 years she works as a freelance film actress, dancer, performance artist, singer and musician. She creates her own work, writes and directs performance theater, art/films and live events.
Name: Sarah Grether
Lives in: Berlin, Germany
Occupation: Actor, Choreographer, Dancer, Singer and Voice Artist
Unique traits: classical and contemporary dance, singing in english and german, horseback riding, sport, yoga
Film by Reynold Reynolds (Drama and History) Actress The film tells the story of a young British writer, Christopher, who comes to Berlin and moves into the Troika, a cabaret where an eccentric old man adopts young performers, artists and musicians. In the basement Christopher bears witness to mystical experiments investigating the boundary between life and death discovering his own identity. Against this backdrop of creative experimentation the cabaret is under threat from growing political conservatism.
Television (Comedy) Actress
Film by Reynold Reynolds (History and Music) Actress The Lost is a B&W film 7 channel installation with a plot told through the eyes of a young English writer, Christopher, who comes to Berlin and moves into a cabaret where an eccentric old man adopts young performers, dancers, artists and musicians to live and work in his building. In the basement Christopher witnesses experiments on the edge of life and death which seem more mysterious than scientific. The title is a reference to the first intention of a book that Christopher Isherwood started writing after his stay in Berlin from 1929-1933. Written by Reynolds
The Lost: The Murder and Resurrection of a German Girl
Film by Reynold Reynolds (Animation, History, Mystery and Sci-Fi) Actress A black and white silent era film about the murder of a German girl and her resurrection in the laboratory of a mad scientist ending with revenge.