THE NIGHT THOREAU SPENT IN JAIL - Ensemble Theatre

"Each actor has the ability to master volumes of text, eloquently and effectively execute poetic prose, and uses the language his character is provided to give him definition and dimension. And the rest of the 15-member ensemble – particularly the charming Sara Bogomolny as the love-interest of the Thoreau brothers...follow suit." 

Bob Abelman at ​Cleveland Jewish News

"Sara Bogomolny as Ellen has both Thoreau brothers and the audience falling in love with her."​

 

Mark Horning at TalkingBroadway.com

STOP KISS - Case Western Reserve University

"The play’s main strength was the unmatchable on-stage chemistry between Caroline Canale (Callie) and Sara Bogomolny (Sara). The two actresses were believable, confident and passionate."

 

Temi Omilabu at The Observer

A CHORUS LINE - Chagrin Valley Little Theatre

"Sara Bogomolny is sweet and sexy as Judy"

In The Land of Cleve

BETTY THE YETI - Case Western Reserve University

"As Bogomolny portrayed her, the yeti seemed almost human at times, and very much a wild creature at others." 

 

Arthur Evenchik in Art/Sci Magazine

RED ONION WHITE GARLIC by David Hansen

I originated the role of The Old Witch in David Hansen's play Red Onion White Garlic at Talespinner Children's Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio. The play has recently been published by YouthPlays. Check out the webpage for more information. 

VIOLINS OF HOPE - The Cleveland Orchestra

Click here to learn more about this educational concert series at BroadwayWorld.com.
Click here to read about the concert series in the Cleveland Jewish News.