Sarah Smith is a Chicago native who has spent the last 14 years making New York City her home. From childhood, music and dance have been a huge part of her life and her creative expression, from singing along with Grandpa, who was a one man country band, to dancing as a fairy in the Sleeping Beauty Ballet. Her international credits include: Phantom of the Opera (Carlotta), Off-Off Broadway: Urinetown (Penelope Pennywise), Regional credits include: Into the Woods (The Witch), Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat (Narrator), 25th…Spelling Bee (Rona Peretti), Lend Me A Tenor (Maria Morelli), Boeing Boeing (Bertha), Annie (Miss Hannigan), The Tempest (Prospera), Songs for a New World (Woman 2), The Heiress (Lavinia Penniman), Macbeth (First Witch), Nunsense (Sister Hubert), Kiss Me Kate (Hattie), Jerry’s Girls (featured Soloist).

She would like to thank “Worklight Production for their trust and support. To Aniele, Joy Dewing and Nikki Grillos; To my endlessly supportive family, my BFB’s, DJ, Harrison for keeping me weird and to everyone else that I don’t have space to name; you are my heart. And to our audience, we are here because of you, thank you.”

-Sarah Smith

Recent Affiliates

References & Recommendations available upon request

Alaska Cabin Nite Dinner Theatre

You’ll enjoy a night of fun, festivity and food! Get a taste of old-time Alaska at Alaska Cabin Nite Dinner Theater– the popular dinner theater performed in an authentic, log cabin in the Miners Plaza at Denali Park Village.

Alaska Cabin Nite Dinner Theatre
Joy Dewing Casting

Joy began her casting career in 2005, working with Alee Ralph at Big League Theatricals. She then landed an internship with Dave Clemmons Casting and worked her way up to Partner, joining forces with Dave to create Clemmons/Dewing Casting in 2011. JDC was created in May 2012 and has been rocking ever since!

Joy Dewing Casting
Festival 56

The mission of Festival 56 is to present a wide selection of the most memorable plays and musicals throughout history, from the plays of William Shakespeare to the new generation of Broadway composers.

Festival 56