Thanks to Sarah for letting me know that she will be at IAMA Theatres Class of 2001 Reunion!
The event will be three days this week! July 22nd, 23rd, and 24th! To get your tickets you can go to IAMA Theatre.Com!
If you go and get any pictures of Sarah please send them to me and I will of course give you credit!
Thanks to my friend Vera from All The Feels I now have the stills of Sarah from Grey’s Anatomy in high quality! I hope you enjoy them! ♥
Sarah went to the 2016 IAMA 23 Hour Play Fest on March 13 and pictures and videos have been added to the site! Did you take any pictures of Sarah at the play fest? If so feel free to send them to me and I will of course give you credit!
I have added more pictures of Sarah at The Glass Menagerie rehearsals to the gallery so be sure you take a look! 🙂
Sarah is going to participate in The Glass Menagerie reading on January 24 in Los Angeles!
The reading will give their profits to the UCLA/Revlon Breast Center to fund research that will help find a cure for breast cancer. How great is that?!
Sarah will read the part of Laura Wingfield! If you would like to get tickets you can go here!
If you are able to take photos or video of Sarah at the reading please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Today is Sarah’s birthday! Be sure you go to Sarah’s Instagram or Twitter to wish her a happy birthday!
Sarah if you’re reading this I say again that I hope you’re having a great day with your friends and family! ♥
Sarah’s friend Katie Lowes wrote a post on Lenny Letter about how she got involved in acting and mentions Sarah! To read all of Katie’s post you can go here!
There’s Stefy; she’s smart, opinionated, strong, loyal as hell, and her laugh is instant medicine. There’s Laila, fierce, intense, and moves like a cat. LayLay runs into life like it’s a huge wave coming at her head. There’s Sarah Utterback, whom we call Slutterback, which is ridiculous and I don’t think she likes it anymore. Sorry, Slutterback! She is spiritual, deep, and artistic, and her air guitar is one of life’s greatest joys.
You see, no one decorates a lobby like Laila, no one can keep money in the bank like Amy, no one gets asses in seats like Stef, and no one knows good theatre like Slutterback. And we were egoless and fair. For example, when Laila and Stef were leads in a play called Bachelorette, a dark comedy about a debaucherous bachelorette party, I produced it and Amy ran around town collecting props. And when Sarah and I got to be leads in The Accidental Blonde, a play about friendship gone sour with jealousy, Stef ran lights and Laila ran the box office.
I hope you all have a happy holiday! ♥