Sarah Osman is a college performing arts student in New Jersey and a recent graduate of a performing arts high school where she majored in acting/theatre. Some of her acting achievements include ranking "Internationally Superior" twice at the International Thespian Festival and receiving the Montclair Theatre Night ‘Foxy’ Award for Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress in a Comedy. Sarah also currently serves on the state board for the New Jersey International Thespian Society as the Membership Chair/Sponsorship Coordinator. When Sarah is not acting, she is working in technical theatre, trying to better herself as a performer, and exploring different fields of creativity! You can follow Sarah by subscribing to email alerts for her posts and finding her on Instagram and Twitter @theSarahOsman!
So far in 2019 I've been honored to work on so many projects that make my heart sing! I got to work with the NJ Thespian Society, audition more often, perform in plays, book performing gigs, and act in film and video projects. While looking back at the things I've done in the month of March, I wrote a reflection and posted it to my social media on Instagram and Facebook. Below is an expanded version of that post- but here I don't feel the need to condense my thoughts and can further discuss the POWER OF INFLUENCE in regards to THEATRE!BWW Blog: CRACKER BOX by Gary C. Walter, A Staged Reading November 26, 2018
On Saturday, November 10th I had the pleasure of working with a theatre company that is so near and dear to my heart. It had been some time since I've last worked with La Strada Ensemble Theater and I felt my heart flutter as I walked into the Jersey Shore Arts Center to a group of lovely, talented, and inspiring people. It was a day full of performances for La Strada as they had a program of original one acts, Happenstance at 2PM and 8PM with the reading of 'Cracker Box' by Gary C. Walter between shows at 4PM.BWW Blog: THEATRE HORROR STORY: A Perspective Story for Spooky Season November 2, 2018
So it's been more than a year…! I previously wrote for BroadwayWorld's High School Center from 2016-2017 as a junior and senior in high school. With senior year stress, college craziness, and this huge transition in life, I had to take a break from writing. During the break from my last post A LOT has happened.BWW Blog: Sarah Osman - An Interview with Fredi Walker-Browne March 28, 2017
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of taking Fredi Walker-Browne's three day workshop at my school, the OCVTS: Performing Arts Academy. Being able to take such an informative class on the entertainment world was eye opening and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to take this class at my school as both a freshman and senior. When learning about show business and casting I found myself reflecting on how big the performance world is, and how thankful I am to be apart of such a crazy yet thrilling field.BWW Blog: Sarah Osman - 2016 Reflection: THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH (TSOOT 2) January 9, 2017
I have less than one month until school starts. In less than one month I will be a senior in high school and I will have to worry about the future that lies ahead of me after graduation. But as of right now, I'm not going to worry about that. I am trying to stay as busy as possible; not worrying about the future but focusing on the present!BWW Blog: Sarah Osman - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 ... 11 Wins / 16 Nominations! June 13, 2016
"A flower does not think of competing with the flower next to it. It just blooms." … We are all growing. Everyday and every moment we experience is, in essence, an added petal to who we are. We blossom in hopes of being the best we could be, and beside us are others who we can't help but compare ourselves with.BWW Blog: Sarah Osman - Getting to Know the Freshmen Actors and Stage Managing May 23, 2016
The people you surround yourself with have a great effect on what you do, how you act, and who you are. As performers and people who have an interest in the entertainment world, we have big dreams and many critics. And of course, being in high school and trying to figure it all out doesn't help either.BWW Blog: Sarah Osman - Upperclassmen Actors' Showcase (Junior Year) April 26, 2016