Sarah Dussome

Sarah Dussome Sarah Dussome is a freelance writer and contributing editor for BroadwayWorld.com.
A lifelong theatre fan, she loves being whisked away by sweeping music and caught up in the journeys of larger than life characters. She lives in Edmonton, Canada, where she writes, sings, and keeps an eye out for the latest in live theatre



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Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley invites audiences to experience the holidays through the eyes of the ever-scholastic Mary.

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An exuberant blend of toe-tapping hits and raunchy comedy, The Book of Mormon knocked on the door of Broadway's Eugene O'Neill Theatre in 2011, later receiving 9 Tony Awards including the coveted title of Best Musical. Written by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone along with Avenue Q co-writer Robert Lopez, this flamboyant mega-hit pokes fun at Mormonism and musicals in general, daring audiences not to be swept away by a riptide of crude humour and blatant social commentary.