Sarah spent two weeks at The Denver Center's 12th Annual New Play Summit workshopping Robert Schenkkan's world-premiere play, Hanussen. The festival is the first in the nation to bring together playwrights, actors and audiences for a highly interactive and collaborative artistic experience. For more on DCPA, watch here.
THE DENVER CENTER - NEW PLAY SUMMIT
Sarah plays ELEANOR BROWDER alongside Christina Ricci, Maya Kazan (The Knick), Kristine Neilsen (The Savages) and Oscar-nominee David Strathairn.
Vanity Fair called Z "an enveloping period piece," an "origin story with an emerald glow," and "perfectly cast." Variety called Z "first in our hearts," and named it their top pick for the 2015 pilot season. Stream the whole first season here!
Z ON AMAZON PRIME
Sarah makes her feature film debut as LISA in Matthew Newton's newest film, WHO WE ARE NOW, which just finished principal photography in New York. Alongside the previously announced leads, the film also stars Lea Thompson (Back to the Future) and Jason Biggs.
WHO WE ARE NOW - FEATURE FILM
FOOD KITCHEN - PILOT
Sarah recently wrapped production on a new media pilot
from the minds of directors David Ma (#FoodFilms) and Brian
Haimes. Featuring hand-built puppets from the Henson Company, this dark, masochistic comedy tackles the idea of what cooking would be like if food had feelings.
Sarah plays Lady Amherst on the series finale of the AMC original series TURN: WASHINGTON'S SPIES. The episode is now streaming on Amazon Prime, AMC.com and Netflix!
TURN: WASHINGTON'S SPIES