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Blog Talk Radio Podcast

Sarah & Director Erik Spink were recently interviewed by Blog Talk Radio & KGFC Festival Talks podcast about the making of The Soothing System. To listen to the interview, click here


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Sarah plays the lead in The Soothing System, an award-winning short film she co-wrote and produced. The film is about a young woman who fears she has a mental illness and wants to take a tour of an unconventional treatment facility, against her brother's wishes. 


Sarah is thrilled to return to The Appel Room (Jazz @ Lincoln Center) accompanied by Julius Rodriguez and his incredible jazz band! The concert included a variety of jazz standards and new compositions.  

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Sarah Cronk is proud to announce that she will be joining the Worcester Shakespeare Company for her third, consecutive season.  She will be performing in repertory: Mistress Page in the Merry Wives of Windsor and Camilla in The Winters Tale. 

"In addition to Cobb's bravura performance, Cronk and Riedell are terrific, playing off each other with seamless precision as the counter-scheming wives, investing their roles with zestful, playful bonhomie."

-Paul Kolas, Worcester Telegram & Gazette

 

"Sarah Cronk gives a regal, authoritative turn"

-Paul Kolas, Worcester Telegram & Gazette


Sarah will play Nerissa in Merchant of Venice and Jessica in Whitinsville, a new play by Mel Cobb. The two shows will run in repertory for the Worcester Shakespeare Company season.

"Nerissa, a delectably impudent Sarah Cronk"

-Paul Kolas, Worcester Telegram & Gazette

 

"Sarah Cronk, the powerhouse lawyer for the firm, plays Jessica, a formidable vixen in high heels.  Personne and Cronk act out their seduction scene with steamy, comic duplicity."

-Paul Kolas, Worcester Telegram & Gazette

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