Sarah Stevens wandered into the realm of film after spending her undergraduate years here at Ohio University studying theatrical spaces as spaces of resistance, getting her Bachelor's of Specialized Studies in Theater (Performance) and Women's and Gender Studies and a minor in African American studies. Her work always has and always will be strongly interdisciplinary. A radical feminist with strong Marxist political convictions, Sarah worked to find that theater could be used to resist cultural assumptions at the intersections of race, class, gender, and sexuality. Hoping to do the same in film, she will be pulling from the great feminist and Marxist film theorists before her, as well as other works of racial, political, and queer theory. In her previous years here at OU, she could be seen directing and acting in The Vagina Monologues, directing and acting in a feminist theatrical production based on female students' lived experiences entitled One Night Stand, in various student-run theatrical productions on campus, and in LGBT groups on campus like ALLY and Open Doors.