Sophie Traub is a performing artist, theorist, arts organizer, and a director of The School of Making Thinking. Her performance work focuses on group process, conflict studies, anti-oppression, improvisation, and embodiment. As a performance artist, Sophie has performed at DUMBO Arts Festival, Dixon Place, White Rabbit Festival, the Norman Felix Gallery, Artscape Gibralter Point, the Microscope Gallery, Medicine Show Theater, and The Last Weekend Arts Festival. Film credits include Mother's Day (Adina Smith), Thou Wast Mild and Lovely (Decker), Fugue (Torres-Torres),Tenderness (Polson), Bite Radius (Par-sons), The Interpreter (Pollack). Theatre acting, devising, and directing credits include This Is How I Don't Know How To Dance (SITI Company/Barrow Street Theatre), Won't Be a Ghost (Prelude 2014, Dixon Place 2015, The Brick 2016), and The Beach Eagle (Dixon Place 2013). Sophie has studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse, HB Studio, Studio 303, Stonestreet Studios, SITI Company Conservatory, NYU, and is currently a Masters candidate in Theatre and Performance Studies at York.