Sarah Pramstaller began her career in New York City where she spent 10+ years performing. She originated the role of “Lizzie Borden” in the concert version of Lizzie, The Musical, and has traveled the country with two different Broadway National Tours: Saturday Night Fever (“Annette”) and The Who’s Tommy (“Sally Simpson” u/s). Her regional credits include Grease (“Rizzo”), West Side Story (“Anita”), Oklahoma! (“Ado Annie”), and Little Shop of Horrors (“Audrey”) to name a few. When not working on a show, Sarah dabbled in commercial VoiceOver work and fronted an 80’s cover band during her time in NYC.
Sarah is a proud graduate of James Madison University and holds a degree in Music Education. She transitioned from performing to vocal instruction and music direction when she discovered The Paul Green School of Rock in Manhattan. It was there that she fell in love with teaching; creating and leading the first vocal music program at the original flagship school. She directed multiple concert productions at The School of Rock, one of which gave the final performance at the legendary rock club, CBGB’s, and another that was selected to be the opening act for Jon Anderson of “YES” at B.B. King’s Blues Club in Midtown Manhattan.
Since her return to NoVa, Sarah has continued to teach voice privately and has worked with dozens of teens and young adults that have gone on to reach professional status in the recording industry and on Broadway. She is currently the Director of Musical Productions at Flint Hill School in Oakton where she directs the choirs, musicals, and a cappella group. Her Flint Hill students have won vocal competitions, been accepted to collegiate musical theatre programs, and done many other amazing things, both onstage and off. Watching her students succeed has been the most joyful and gratifying part of Sarah’s professional journey thus far.