/ about me
Sarah Quinn Taylor grew up in Wichita, Kansas and caught the musical theatre bug early with Music Theatre Wichita in her backyard! After joining their resident company in high school and learning from the wealth of talent every summer, she continued her education at the University of Oklahoma where she graduated with distinction earning a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre and a minor in Non-Profit Organizational Studies. Sarah splits her time between New York City and Pittsburgh, PA. In Pittsburgh, Sarah spends her time teaching a variety of dance and audition prep classes.
She is currently on the National Tour My Fair Lady as a swing and Eliza Doolittle understudy after recently making her Broadway debut in My Fair Lady at Lincoln Center. Other recent credits include starring as Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street at the Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, PA and touring the country on the First National Tour of Something Rotten! Regionally, Sarah has worked at Goodspeed, MUNY, Pittsburgh CLO, St. Louis Repertory Theatre, Fulton, Engeman, MTWichita and Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma. Favorite credits include: Young Sally (Follies), Cosette (Les Miserables), Janet Van de Graff (The Drowsy Chaperone), Chris Hargensen (Carrie the Musical), Marjorie Harvey (Bernice Bobs Her Hair), and Arista (Disney's The Little Mermaid). She is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association.