Sarah Frangenberg graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA from UMKC’s Conservatory of Music and Dance in 2017. While in the program, she had the privilege of performing in China with UMKC’s Wind Symphony at the Beijing Modern Music Festival and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., while also taking time travel to Los Angeles to star as Emma in the feature film Lift Me Up. Sarah has danced with Wylliams-Henry Contemporary Dance Company, based in Kansas City, for all Fall and Spring seasons, as well as tours to Vero Beach, FL, the 2018 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival Inside-Out Stage, Charleston, SC, and Daytona Beach, FL. While in school, she also performed with KC-based companies such as Seamless Dance Theater and Heartlines Dance Company. She has taught and performed frequently with Kathryn McCormick, most notably in Thailand, Australia, and Costa Rica. The past three summers, she has been a counselor and assistant at Camp Protégé, a dance camp in Calgary, Canada, under the direction of Stacey Tookey. After graduating, Sarah moved to New York as a free-lance artist, and was able to research different movement techniques and languages outside of school. She fell in love with Gaga, the movement language of Ohad Naharin, and was honored to study Gaga under Bret Easterling and Ohad Naharin at the first ever Jacob’s Pillow Gaga Program during the 2018 Summer Festival, and again at the Los Angeles Winter Gaga Intensive 2018. After a challenging and enlightening time in New York, Sarah is thrilled to be back in the Midwest making art in a community she loves with people she loves. She most recently shared her work, a solo performed at City in Motion’s A Modern Night at the Folly 2019 in KC. She is thrilled to have recently joined and be working with Regina Klenjoski Dance Company, in addition to creating her own projects and work.