“Producing really gave me that power to do my own stuff, and made me feel like this is how I can make it happen because when I was just acting I felt like I had the ideas but not the tools.” — Sarah Wharton
Welcome back to Nothing Shines Like Dirt: Empowering Actors to create episode 14. Joining us today is actor/producer Sarah Wharton (www.sarahawharton.com). She is on the lookout for stories for her upcoming narrative/documentary about marriage called The Ring Thing, we also get into improvised film, and seeing your authentic self and welcoming it with open arms!
Sarah Wharton is an award-winning actress and producer based in New York City. She produced and starred in the feature film, That's Not Us, an improvised romantic comedy about making love last. After a successful festival run, That's Not Us was picked up by Strand Releasing and is now available on iTunes, Amazon and Netflix. She is a company actor and producer with The Private Theatre and has acted in and produced film and theatre projects in New York, London, Oslo, New Orleans and Zimbabwe. She is currently in pre-production for her next film, The Ring Thing, a narrative and documentary hybrid exploring same sex marriage in 2016.