Born in Freetown, Sierra Leone, SARITA FELLOWS grew up in Sudan, Zimbabwe, Uganda, England, and the US. She has traveled to over 30 different countries and continues to enjoy travel and living in different environments. As a result, she has found her home and career in scripts and defiant stories. Fellows earned her MFA at NYU in 2008 and debuted her professional career with the Boundless Theatre Company with the play Five Kinds of Silence and continues to grow with the company ever since. Other works include Bug, The Good Body, Mujer Invisible, Prospect, and Fauloso! Her portfolio comprises a variety of media including opera, musicals, Shakespeare, dance, and film. Amongst Fellows' credits are: A Midsummers Night Dream, Hairspray, Pericles, Insidious and The Wiz with the Black Rep at St. Louis MO; Singing in the Rain, Dancing Princesses, Robin Hood, Big River, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown and Carousel with the Summer Theater of New Canaan CT; Hedwig And The Angry Inch, Spring Awakening the musical, Kingdom with ReVision Theatre Co NJ; Alvin and the Chipmunks Live! with 2SBN Productions; and Macbeth, A Winters Tale and Measure For Measure with the New York Classical Theater Company. She is looking forward to future productions. Her latest films include Blood Surf with James Franco Productions, Dirt, Midway and Evolution Of A Criminal written and directed by Darius Clark Monroe, Everybody Dies, and Afronauts written and directed by Francis Bodomo, Sight Pictures written and directed by David Stein. She has worked on several dance programs such as the currently touring iLuminate's Artist of Light and the Leap of Faith dance concert choreographed by Indah M Walsh. Fellows is currently Susan Hilferty's associate with Familiar at Playwrights Horizon and Turn Me Loose at the Westside Theater, Master Harold and the Boys at the Signature Theater.