Originally from Canada, choreographer Sarah Scherger has traveled the globe teaching master classes and bringing her choreographed visions to life on stage and screen.
Applying her lifetime of professional and versatile dance experience that has taken her to such exotic locales as Japan, Monte Carlo, Columbia, South Korea, Germany, Paris, and Greece, Sarah has built a reputation for more than 20 years as choreographer that puts directors at ease with her confident, reassuring approach. She has choreographed segments for the CBS television pilot The Man starring LL Cool J and directed by Simon West, ABC’s America’s Got Talent, NBC’s The Megan Mullally Show. She has made television appearances on The Tonight Show and CSI NY, and most recently on the Fox pilot Tease written and produced by Peter Marc Jacobson. She recently completed production on a commercial for Acuvue with Joe Jonas and a musical comedy film How Sweet It Is featuring Joe Piscopo and Paul Sorvino. She also just wrapped choreography on a music video for Universal artists, Love Generation, produced by RedOne who also produces Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, and Akon.
Sarah also brings her vast experience and creativity to choreographing live stage productions and musicals such as The Boyfriend, Music Man, 42nd Street and The Pajama Game. Her work has been seen in a string of highly-successful Casino shows such as Showgirls of Magic at Hotel San Remo, Whisper at Harrah’s Casino, V-The Ultimate Variety Show at the Venetian Resort and the highly successful Nathan Burton Comedy Magic at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas and now at Harrah’s in Atlantic City. She has also choreographed various high-profile corporate events for clients like Jaguar, Mazda, Rite Aid and AFLAC.
Sarah’s tireless dedication to her craft is further evidenced by the generous donation of her time and skills to worthwhile causes. For the past three years Sarah has had the honor of choreographing the Hobart Shakespeareans, an amazing inner-city school group performing unabridged works of Shakespeare. She also donates her time by choreographing the annual Halloween stunt show Stuntacular for the Make-A-Wish Foundation with more than 150 Hollywood stunt men and women from film and television.