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As part of its summer series focusing on Swiss playwrights, the newspaper Le Courrier has published an extract from Sarah Jane’s next play. SapphoX was written thanks to the Stück Labor bursary for emerging playwrights and will premiere in 2020 at the POCHE /GVE theatre, directed by rising star Anna Lemonaki. In the meantime, visit the press page for a preview of the text!

August 19th, 2019 - an extract of SapphoX published in Le Courrier


This year’s Stück Labor bursary is coming to an end ! Join the three authors Julia Haenni, Sarah Jane Moloney and Thiemo Strützenberger for a bittersweet celebration, on June 7th at the POCHE /GVE. The authors will read extracts from their plays, followed by an informal discussion. There will be wine and nibbles, and entrance is free. We hope to see you there!

Stück Labor Finale,
June 7th 2019
@ POCHE /GVE


alptraum/A @ Emergency. art space,
October 18th - 20th 2018 @ 7pm

Sarah Jane is presenting her performance alptraum/A at the Emergency. art space in Vevey, Switzerland.
The performance will run from October 18th to 20th, daily at 7pm. The performance lasts approx. 40 minutes, and audience members are encouraged to stay afterwards for an informal talkback session around a glass of wine.
The address is rue de la Byronne 20, 1800 Vevey. Free entry, no reservation necessary. We look forward to seeing you there!
Emergency. is run by the einzweidrei artist collective. You can learn more about Emergency. art space and the einzweidrei collective here.


Sarah Jane is the happy recipient of the Stück Labor writing bursary!
The Stück Labor programme has been supporting emerging theatre writers since 2008. Every year, the three authors selected by Stück Labor receive a placement in a Swiss theatre, acting as dramaturg for the duration of the season and writing a play which will then be produced by the host theatre. 
Sarah Jane will thus be working for the POCHE theatre in Geneva as dramaturg and writer-in-residence for the 18/19 season. Her commissioned play will be put on at the POCHE during the 19/20 season.

Stück Labor + 
POCHE /GVE 


Open Day at the Water Bodies School of Evolution

Come join us in Whitstable for a tide-summoning ritual, a lecture-performance and an afternoon of drop-in tasters!

Water Bodies
Whitstable Biennale,
June 3rd 2018


From August 3rd to 7th, Sarah Jane will be taking part in a practical symposium titled Water Bodies, organised by the artists Zoe Tsavdarides, Tuuli Malla and Xavier Velastin as part of the UK's Live Art Development Agency's DIY programme. Water Bodies is an "open-ended practical symposium, on land and in water, for adapting to life on an inundated planet."

DIY:14 is an opportunity for artists working in Live Art to take part in unusual training and professional development projects conceived and run by artists for artists.

DIY:14, August 2017                       


Sarah Jane will be reading a short extract from her new play, SAPPHOx (une science-fiction archéologique). The reading will take place in the Foyer of the Grange de Dorigny as part of the Fécule festival.

 

SAPPHOx, a reading @ la Grange deDorigny, May 3rd 2017



King Lear @ Lausanne Shakespeare Festival, May 19th 2017

Sarah Jane Moloney & Roelof Overmeer will co-direct Shakespeare's "King Lear", for the 2nd edition of the Lausanne Shakespeare Festival.


Sycorax @ Lausanne Shakespeare Festival, May 20th 2017

Sarah Jane Moloney & Rebecca Frey will co-direct and perform in "Sycorax", a devised storytelling piece inspired by the writings of Marina Warner.


Re-inventing the residency, January 2017

 

 

In January 2017, Sarah Jane was invited to take part in a day-long workshop at Arc artist residency (Romainmôtier, Switzerland) on the theme of hospitality.

Re-invent the residency is a platform where artists and other experts can question institutions and modes of production and research. Previous sessions centered on how art institutions are no longer adapted to the contemporary art context, and worked on a vocabulary to argument for the necessity of “slow” spaces for research and ephemeral work, within the neoliberal art market.