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Sally Bowles, Cabaret, Middlebury College

When Sally wasn’t out in the Maine woods catching frogs, she was performing every chance she could growing up in her little town. The summer she turned three, Sally attended every rehearsal of her sibling’s summer production of The Wizard of Oz and begged the director to be part of the show—even though the youngest age allowed was five.  One week later, Sally was skipping as hard as she could across the stage, dressed in an oversized munchkin costume with a grin to match.


Through elementary and high school, Sally continued to pursue her love for singing, acting, and dancing, but chose to attend Carrabassett Valley Academy, a competitive ski racing academy.  When not training on the mountain, Sally kept her artistic chops up by competing in state and national voice competitions, winning the Maine NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) classical voice competition, and the National ARTS (Artistic Recognition and Talent Search) merit award in classical voice.  Sally also had the wonderful opportunity to attend Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan.  There, she was cast in leading roles in both Musical Theatre and Operetta productions and made the decision to attend a liberal arts college.


Sally graduated cum laude from Middlebury College, where she studied Theatre & Music and Sociology.  She was a member of Middlebury's Division I Ski Team, musical director for The MamaJamas a capella group, faculty directed plays, and was involved in independent student theatre projects which included directing/organizing The Vagina Monologues as part of the national V-Day campaign.  Some of her favorite roles included Sunny, The Last Night of Ballyhoo; Rags, Talking With; Sally Bowles, Cabaret; Sister Renata/Parrott, The Bewitched (winner of the American College Theatre Festival at The Kennedy Center).


After college, Sally moved to NYC to perform professionally.  Her first two months post-graduation were spent performing in Howard Barker’s No End of Blame: Scenes of Overcoming with The Potomac Theatre Project at The Atlantic Theatre Co., NYC.  Sally landed the National Tour of “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day” with Two Beans Prod./TheatreworksUSA.  Immediately after the tour ended, she was cast as Mabel in “The Pirates of Penzance,” and manages to stay busy in the theatre and music world.


Sally has performed as a soloist with the Middlebury College Orchestra, The Maine State Chorus, for The Arts Institute of Central Maine, the Kingfield Pops, and with The Bangor Symphony Orchestra.


            Sally currently lives in Denver, CO.  For current updates, please visit ‘Whats New?’





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