Sita is delighted to be joining the wonderful team at Watford Palace Theatre led by Brigid Larmour, and to be working on the upcoming productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Jack and the Beanstalk.
Sita is also attached to the Bush Theatre as part of Up Next, a programme that develops Artistic Directors of the future. She holds a Masters in Movement Direction (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama).
Recent credits Bernstein’s Mass (Assistant Director to Jude Kelly, Royal Festival Hall), Aladdin (Choreographer, Watford Palace Theatre), Sisters (Performer/Movement Director, National Theatre Wales), Bitched (Associate Director, Tristan Bates), Zigger Zagger (Associate Director, Wilton’s Musical Hall), The Rose and the Bulbul (Director, Stockwood Park, Horniman Gardens, Geffrye Museum), Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Assistant Director, UK Tour) and Bollywood Carmen (Assistant Choreographer, BBC3). Other credits include Behind the Beautiful Forevers (National Theatre), Changing Minds and Truce (New Wimbledon Theatre) and the London 2012 Olympic Welcome Ceremonies.
Sita creates and facilitates drama, dance and storytelling workshops for people of all ages and has worked for the British Library, Science Museum, Eastside Educational Trust, West End in Schools, and many more. As a film producer/director, Sita created a series of films about Movement for the National Theatre including work with Frantic Assembly that can be found on the NT website and YouTube channel.
She is a PhD scholar examining issues of cultural diversity in Shakespearean performance (University of Warwick) and is a presenter of Channel 5’s children’s television programme milkshake! She can be seen performing in the UK theatre tour of Milkshake Live: The Magic Story Book.