Sarah Grace Wilson
Sarah Grace Wilson was seen last season as Beth in Palm Beach Dramaworks’s Dinner with Friends. New York credits include The Story (The Public/NYSF), Far Away (NYTW, u/s), Sin (BPAC), Three More Sleepless Nights (DramaLeague), Monsterface (Audax), Jump! (The Exchange), The Voyage of the Carcass (Greenwich Street), All Day Suckers (Fringe Festival), etc. Regionally, she has appeared in Cyrano (Baltimore Centerstage), Melissa Arctic (Two River Theatre), Uncle Vanya and Othello (California Shakespeare Theatre—recipient of the Dean Goodman Award for outstanding performance), Sometimes a Great Notion (Portland Center Stage), A Christmas Carol (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Hay Fever and Christmas on Mars (Old Globe), Three Sisters (American Repertory Theatre and The Edinburgh International Festival), The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (The Studio Theatre—Helen Hayes Nomination for best supporting actress), The Story (Long Wharf), Six Degrees of Separation (Guthrie), and Wintertime (ACT). Television and film credits include Law & Order, The Last Romantic, Leadcatcher, and Dark September Rain. Directing credits include Rock 'n' Roll and King John at SUNY Purchase, Henry IV part 2, Romeo and Juliet, Picnic, Talking Pictures, and in collaboration with Richard Feldman, Henry V, Cymbeline, Pericles and Henry IV, part 1, all at The Juilliard School. She is a graduate of Juilliard where she received the John Houseman Award for exceptional ability in classical theatre.