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Sarah is a classically trained vocalist having completed her B.Mus. Vocal Performance Degree at the U of M. Desautels Faculty of Music.  Sarah has spent her life immersed in musical theatre, acting and dance; and has been fortunate to train with some of Canada’s finest.



As a child performer, Sarah got her feet wet in her first professional production as Brigitta in “The Sound of Music”. Since that day, she has been hooked. She has performed on various stages such as Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Manitoba Opera, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Dry Cold Productions, Rainbow Stage, and Sarasvati Productions to name a few.  Most recently, she wowed audiences with her soaring voice as Rapunzel in "Into the Woods" (RMTC) and electric performance as the titular role of Antigone in the World Premiere of Sick and Twisted’s “Antigone-The Musical”  

 In 2021, Sarah was selected for the Inaugural Royal MTC National Mentorship and worked closely with her fabulous mentor David Connolly.  


Sarah can been seen in many film and television shows, including:  Lifetime’s “Let’s Meet Again on Christmas Eve" True Crime feature “The Disappearance of Cari Farver", and block buster hit, Orphan First Kill (eOne).  She has also appeared in series such as “Burden of Truth” (CBC) and SKYMED (Paramount Plus) and Spencer Sisters (CTV).  



In addition to Sarah’s work as a performer, she has experience behind the camera in multiple capacities including Script Supervisor and various roles on the production team.

Both performing and working behind the scenes exhilarates Sarah. She looks forward to a performance career with variety and interests that utilize her skill sets, and drive her to create new ones. 


Sarah is an advocate for accessibility and inclusion in the arts.  She centres her practice around kindness and representation on stage and screen. Sarah identifies as a person with disability. To learn more about her philanthropic work and story, please visit her advocacy page.

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