Sarah was born in Boston, Massachusetts. She quickly wore out the grooves in the heirloom family records of "Annie" and "Oliver!" and by the time she was in kindergarten she was convinced she was a little British boy and went to school every day in knickers and a knit cap. Thus a career was born! Elementary and middle school highlights include Katie Nanna in "Mary Poppins," Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz" (pictured above), Mrs. Pearce in "My Fair Lady" and Hodel in "Fiddler on the Roof." She attended the prestigious Boston Latin School and then Princeton University, where she majored in English and Theatre. After graduation she moved to NYC, where she has been ever since. She quickly earned her Equity card in a Theatreworks tour of the "Just So Stories" playing several types of singing animals. Regional highlights include the world premieres of "In the Book Of" (Alabama Shakespeare Festival) and "Love/Sick" (The Public Theatre), as well as "Caroline, or Change" at the Speakeasy Stage and Lippa's "Wild Party" at New Repertory Theatre, for which she won the 2007 IRNE Award for Best Supporting Actress. Favorite NY Theatre roles include Annie Bacon in "Love & Real Estate" at 59E59 and Maria in "Illyria" with Prospect Theater Company. She loves doing new theatre and is extremely active with New Dramatists, BMI Lehmen Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, and ASCAP and has performed in the NY Fringe and NYMF. Sarah is a graduate of the Conservatory for Classical Acting at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox MA and has also trained at the London Academy for Dramatic Art. She is a rabid Boston Red Sox fan. Anyone who has ever glanced even momentarily at her Facebook page knows that she loves cake and baking--especially with bacon. She also truly loves dressing up in costumes and telling stories for a living, and she believes deeply in the power of theatre. To quote Tom Stoppard, "Words are sacred. They deserve respect. If you get the right ones, in the right order, you can nudge the world a little."