Sarah Emaline Melton, originally from Northern Virginia, currently resides in Union City, NJ. She received her BFA in Musical Theatre and an Art and Design minor in the mountains of North Carolina at Lees-McRae College. She has worked in NC, NY, TN, OH, AR, NJ and toured through most the midwest. This past year she was an actor/puppeteer at The Growing Stage in NJ where she received her EMC card. She attend dance classes at Broadway Dance Center to strengthen her technique and she trains with Clinton Sherwood at Matt Farnsworth Vocal Studio. In her spare time she trains in trapeze, silks, and pole. She is actively looking for her next theatrical adventure and she is excited to see where her journey takes her.

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"Why do we even try when the barriers are so high and the odds are so low? Why don’t we just pack it in and go home? It’d be so, so much easier. It's because in the end, there’s no glory in easy. No one remembers easy. They remember the blood and the bones and the long agonizing fight to the top. And that is how you become legendary." - Amelia Shepherd  in Grey's Anatomy (Season 11, Ep.14-The Distance)

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