Sarah Rachel Schol

Sarah Rachel Schol is a recent transplant to Chicago from Philadelphia, where she worked as an actor for 9 years. Chicago credits: New Country (Fair Trade Productions), and the 6th Annual Chicago One Minute Play Festival. In Philadelphia, she was a company member of EgoPo Classic Theater, a company devoted to Viewpoints training and the reinvention of classic texts for new audiences. With EgoPo she performed over a dozen works, including Marat/Sade (Simonne), Not I (Mouth),Spring Awakening (Martha/Frau Bergman), Woyzeck(Margaret), and most recently GINT (Older Woman). Select regional credits: The Secretaries (Quince Productions),Amadeus (Walnut Street Theatre), Great Expectations (Arden Theatre Company), Bachelorette (Luna Theater Company),Macbeth (Revolution Shakespeare), A 24-Hour The Bald Soprano (Brat Productions). Sarah has performed in many world premieres, most recently GAYZE: A Live Web Series andMissed Connections, with director Jack Tamburri; The Pink Museum with performance artist Mick Queer; and Gesualdo, in Heaven with co-creators Peter Gaffney, Jordi Wallen, Tabitha Allen, Ben Diamond, and director John Clancy. She performed nationally with performance artist Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping, and appeared in their 2006 documentary What Would Jesus Buy?, produced by Morgan Spurlock.

With Halcyon
Bio as of
May 2016