NEWS & Reviews
I have been having a blast playing
Rosie in Millbrook Playhouse's production of Mamma Mia! Pictures and clips to come!
Just completed improv level 2 at the PIT and musical improv is on the horizon. Stay tuned!
Had a great time performing some new material in an awesome cabaret called Broadway Night at Prohibition on the upper west side. Clips to come!
I just finished improv level 1 at the PIT and dove headfirst into level 2! Ouch!
I got to live my pop star dreams while playing the role of Capulet in a workshop titled Die Young - a reimagined, immersive Romeo and Juliet set to the music of Kesha. More details to come!
I had an incredible time putting up A Midsummer Night's Dream with Barnstormers and New Art Theatre! Pictures now posted on my media page.
I will be taking a brief interlude from this audition season to head up to New Hampshire for a few weeks to play Titania/Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night's Dream with Barnstormers and New Art Theatre!
I can't wait to compete in Drunk Auditions at the West End Lounge on Feb 24th at 6:30pm! Tickets can be purchased here. Cheers!
I had a wonderful time directing and performing in Eddy Cavasoz cabaret Masc for Mascara at Don't Tell Mama!
"Providing laughs and some catchy lyrics is Sarah Goldstein as the no-nonsense, gregarious Rockin’ Rosie'"--Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Evil Dead: The Musical
"The most consistently strong singing comes from Goldstein, whose confident voice propels such songs as 'It Won't Let Us Leave,' 'Look Who's Evil Now,' 'Join Us' and 'Ode to an Accidental Stabbing.'"--The Baltimore Sun
"One of the highlights of this production of Evil Dead the Musical is Sarah Goldstein. Her comedic timing is spot on...She’s definitely one to watch in this production."--Backstage Baltimore
"Goldstein as Cheryl, Ash’s sister, shines on stage with her impressive singing voice and her striking evil dead acting skills."--MD Theatre Guide
"Once demonized, Goldstein proceeds to steal scene after scene. Big voice in hand, she brings the house down with her spirited rendition of “Look Who’s Evil Now”, and though Ash shoves her down into the cellar, she pops up through the cellar door with terrible, yet curiously funny, puns throughout the rest of the show. Let’s just say she does one hell of a Hulk Hogan impression."--Theatre Bloom
Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver
"Goldstein...has great presence and a boffo contralto belt..."--DC Theatre Scene
"Sarah Goldstein as Annie does a sweet rendition of 'Fly Away,'"--DC Metro Theatre Arts
"The pair are tremendous vocal support for the smoky sound Goldstein delivers in ['Leaving on a Jet Plane']"