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Sarah Wynen grew up in Ballarat, Victoria Australia and enjoyed music from a young age. After graduating high school Sarah was accepted into Federation University's Arts Academy to complete her Bachelor of Music Theatre. Whilst studying at the Arts Academy Sarah was invited to go to England to assist with the London premiere of Stari Most in 2018. She received an arts grant from the Ballarat Arts Foundation to travel to the UK and spent two weeks learning from mentor and composer of the project, Dr. Richard Chew.
Whilst studying performance, Sarah also discovered her love of writing for theatre. Her first work debuted at the Greenroom Student Theatre Festival in 2018 where she presented Stranger Things the Musical. In 2019 her musical Blue to the Horizon was accepted to showcase as part of the University of Melbourne Music Theatre Association's Sitzprobe development program.
Sarah's favourite moments have been performing at the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival (Galapagos!), competing in the Australian National Busking Championship (The Dangerous Dazzling Nothing Act) and performing pantomime in a British supermarket car park during the coronavirus pandemic (Peter Pan).
Most recently her music was selected to appear at Titchfield Festival Theatre's New Song Writer's Concert in the UK, and she has successfully produced two seasons of her musical You're a Catch! Why are you Single? in Melbourne Australia.
In 2022 Sarah graduated from the Victorian Collage of the Arts (VCA, University of Melbourne) with a Master of Theatre (Writing). She was awarded the Portland House Theatre Outreach Program scholarship for excellence. During her studies she developed and presented Crossroads: a road trip musical.
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