Sarah Wussow

Sarah holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in Music
Education. She earned a Masters in Music, with an emphasis in choral music education from
Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. After teaching in the Wisconsin public
school system for five years, she was offered an internship at PCPA, The Pacific Conservatory of
the Performing Arts, a two-year acting conservatory on the central coast of California. While
there, Sarah had the opportunity to work on the American premiere of the Stephen Schwartz
musical My Fairytale. She also worked with Brad Carrol, composer of Lend Me A Tenor; the
Musical, director/choreographer Michael Jenkinson, and casting director Eric Stein.

Since her time at PCPA, Sarah has spent the past eight years traveling around the country,
working as a vocal coach and music director at regional theatres. She was the resident music
director at the Great American Melodrama and Vaudeville in Oceano, California. Some of her
favorite past productions are She Loves Me (Oregon Cabaret Theatre), Into The Woods and
Pippin (Thin Air Theatre Company), Sister Act (Springer Opera House), Falsettos! (Grandstreet
Theatre) Memphis (Cape Fear Regional Theatre) and The Drowsy Chaperone (Sierra Repertory
Theatre). She currently teaches in the Theatre/Dance Department at the University of
Wisconsin-Stevens Point.