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Actor Spotlight: Sage Albert

The Wedding Singer is showing July 27-31! We reached out to Sage Albert, to find out more about her and what working on this fun production has been like!

What is your favorite song in this show and why?

“Saturday Night in the City” because it explores the crazy, fun, and sexy sides of all the characters.

What have you loved so far about working with SART?

Getting to work and share art with people from all different backgrounds!

Tell us about your character. What’s your favorite thing about them? What do you love about getting to portray them?

As a member of the ensemble, I love getting to dance throughout the show!

How did you get into theatre?

I actually grew up watching my parents do theatre, thus I was inspired from an early age to get up on stage and share whatever I had to offer.

What’s your favorite thing to do in the area?

Go to Camden’s Coffee House!

What about this production are you the most excited about?

Getting to dance every day!

What’s your favorite part about performing?

Sharing a story with the audience in hopes of invoking an emotional response.

Do you have any upcoming projects we should check out?

Not currently, but hopefully something will come my way soon. I’ll be going into my senior year at Elon University, so something theatrical is bound to pop up for me there.


Sage is a senior at Elon University, studying Drama and Theatre Studies and Music in the Liberal Arts with a minor in Dance. Originally from Hendersonville, NC, Sage is excited to be working closer to home. Her recent credits include "Gr

imm's Fairytales" at Montford Park Players in Asheville, NC, as well as "Horse Girls" at Elon University. After studying acting in London this past Fall, Sage is excited to put some of her newly developed skills into practice this summer with Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre's intern program.

The Wedding Singer opens on July 27th and runs through July 31st! Grab your tickets here:

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