Sarah Broude

Last updated

May 1, 2020
 

Biography

Past credits include

The Diary Of Anne Frank, Park Square Theatre

Silent Sky, Thetare Pro-Rata

Cinderella; Little Red Riding Hood, Sidekick Theater

The House on Mango Street, Park Square Theatre

Mrs. Mortimer's Xenophobic Travel Guide,  Hardcover Theater

Kid Simple: a radio play in the flesh, Swandive Theatre

Elephants Graveyard, Theatre Pro-Rata

(Podcast/V.O.):

Jarnsaxa Rising Seasons 1 & 2, 6330 Productions  Audio Verse Awards Nominee

Becoming Dr. Ruth, Minnesota Jewish Theater

Teaching Artist at Stages Theater

Sarah received her BFA in Performance from Stephens College, trained at HB Studios in New York, and currently studies with The Actors Workout at The Guthrie.

REVIEWS:

THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK - "It is the most stirring staging of “Anne Frank” I have ever seen"; "Ms. Fenster and her ingenious colleagues have come up with what might well be the very first Zoom-based coup de théâtre, a scene of stunning intensity whose mere memory reduces me to tears as I write these words." - Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal

SILENT SKY - "Broude was absolutely delightful (with a spot-on accent) as Fleming"- Compendium

MRS. MORTIMER - "I’ll be honest: I haven’t laughed this hard, at anything, in years. There is something about Broude’s facial expressions and the delivery of her lines--taken from books written by a real person of the same name--that had the audience in hysterical fits of laughter for most of the hour." -Susan Woehrle, l'etoile

"Sarah Broude was completely invested in her depiction of Mrs Mortimer. Her character never cracked or faltered and was delivered with such conviction and crisp pronunciation as to make even her most insane and offensive declarations seem like things she well and truly believed. That could not have been easy, especially with the audience rolling in laughter. 5 stars." -Fringe audience

THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET- "Sarah Broude makes an especially strong impression capturing the stirring mixture of pride and regret as Esperanza's mother." -Arthur Dorman, Talkin' Broadway

"Sarah Broude projects welcome charisma as a blind neighbor who encourages Esperanza's literary bent, an enigmatic fortune teller and a mother who personifies this place with "more sadness than sky.'" -Rob Hubbard, Pioneer Press

ELEPHANT'S GRAVEYARD-  “The power of the acting is what drives the show [...] Fortunately, the fine cast is up to the task.” -Renee Valois, Pioneer Press

“incredibly moving”, “a masterful example of ensemble storytelling” -Matthew A. Everett, TC Daily Planet

 

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