Sarah Rudinoff 

“Rudinoff’s stage presence is thermonuclear (in a darling kind of way) and the golden gospel gravel of her sometimes soprano can ride a jazzy tune like a Harley on the bad road to heaven.” Adrian Ryan, The Stranger

“In case you haven’t already, you should now officially put Sarah Rudinoff at the top of your Reasons to See Live Theater list. She gives a performance so entertaining you know everyone else will get a kick out of it, but so filled with singular pleasures you’ll swear you’re the only one who really knows what makes it work.”  Steve Wiecking, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine

Sarah Rudinoff has been singing and making theatrical mayhem in Seattle for nearly 20 years. As an actress she is best known for her roles as Yitzhak in Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Re-bar 2000), Minka Lupino in Murderers (Seattle Rep), Ruth in Wonderful Town, Hilde in On the Town, step-sister Grace in Cinderella (5th Ave Theatre), Pere Ubu in Ubu (Empty Space) and Daphne in Torso (Printer’s Devil). Her solo shows include Broad, Go There and The Last State and have played locally at OTB, Re-bar and Bumbershoot and toured PICA’s TBA Festival (Portland), HBO Workspace (LA), The Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh), and Adelaide Festival (Australia). Sarah has also acted in films with local filmmakers Dayna Hanson, Wes Hurley and Lynn Shelton.

Sarah has sung and performed cabaret at venues all over Seattle, including; The Triple Door, Theatre Off Jackson, The Crocodile, Showbox,

“Sarah Rudinoff is mesmerizing, she’s so brilliant you start to get pissed off at her.” Richard Lefebvre, Filmmaker

Town Hall Seattle, Sunset Tavern, Vito’s and Re-bar. Sarah has sung at Les Deux Café in LA, Joe’s Pub in NYC, and opened for Kiki and Herb in Seattle.

With her band We Are Golden, Rudinoff writes and plays original music and collaborated as a writer, producer and performer in a new play about women rock musicians during Seattle grunge explosion entitled These Streets, which had its premiere at ACT Theatre in February 2013. Ms. Rudinoff was recently included in the book Seattle 100 and the PBS Special Portrait of a City, chronicling Seattleites who drive culture in the city. She is the recipient of a 2012 CityArtist Grant and is a Stranger Genius Award winner in theatre.

 

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