Sarita was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Her more recent works include projects such as Death of a Salesman, Broadway; Drinking in America Audible Minetta Lane Theater; Theater of the Mind, Denver Center of Performing Arts; Elyria, Atlantic Theater; A Bright Room Called Day, Public Theater; Joy and Pandemic, Huntington Theater Company; Fefu and Her Friends, American Conservatory Theater. In the dance world, Sarita has worked with choreographers such as Liz Lerman and Edisa Weeks. M.F.A. in design from Tisch School of Design. Assistant Professor at the University of Connecticut and lectures at Princeton University. She recently was awarded Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design from The National Black Theater Festival 2022. Lily Award recipient 2020.
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
|A Midsummer Night’s Dream||Costume Designer|
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