Sarah Litzsinger

Sarah Litzsinger Brief Biography

Sarah Elizabeth Litzsinger (born October 22, 1971) is an American actress and singer, best known for her career in musical theatre.

Litzsinger's family is from Carmel, Indiana. She made her Broadway debut in 1983 at age eleven, as the understudy for Young Norma Jean in the short-lived Marilyn: An American Fable. In 1984, she played Bet in the Broadway revival of Oliver!, alongside Patti LuPone. She returned to New York City in 1992 and was soon cast in the ensemble of Les Misrables, understudying the roles of Cosette and Eponine. She went on to star as The Narrator in the Canadian production and U.S. national touring companies of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, with Donny Osmond. On December 2, 2000 she took over the role of Belle from Andrea McArdle in the Broadway production of Beauty and the Beast after playing it on the national tour and understudying the role on Broadway for a year. After playing Belle full-time for nearly two years she left the show August 2002 and was succeeded by Jamie-Lynn Sigler. In August 2002, Sarah went right into rehearsal for Michel LeGrand's Amour on Broadway. She originated the role of Madeleine in the French musical fable. After Amour closed, Litzsinger returned to the role of Belle on February 11, 2003.

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