New York improviser: Lauren Sagnella

Lauren Sagnella

Lauren Sagnella is a performer, director and writer. She directed and produced the premiere of Jack Feldstein’s "Three Months with Pook" at Dixon Place presented first as part of the Hot! Festival and again as part of the Performance Series. Lauren spent a year as an ensemble member of The Seeing Place Theater where she assistant directed a reading of "The Stranger" – an adaption she co-wrote of Albert Camus’ iconic text. She holds a BA in American Studies and English from Rutgers University. At Rutgers, Lauren performed with The Livingston Theater Company, Cabaret Theater, and The College Avenue Players. Currently she is studying improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade. She lives in Brooklyn where she spends most of her time running in circles at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.