Sarah Brady is a storyteller, actress, and writer. Her experience in the arts started at an early age and continued throughout high school and college, where she earned a B.S. in speech education and an M.A. in interpretative speech. She taught communication, acting, and interpretative speech for six years at the college level, with over half that time spent at Hampton University as an assistant professor who was also responsible for the school’s forensics and debate team. Sarah’s acting credits include such roles as Nurse Kelly in “Harvey,” Perdita in “A Winter’s Tale,” and Lady Macbeth in “Macbeth.net.” Her one person shows are varied in subject and style, from “The Book of Ruth,” a telling of the biblical story, to “Two Women, Two Worlds,” a historical narrative of women in the American Civil War; her historic character interpretations and storytelling programs include portraying Virginia’s first female printer in “Clementina Rind: A Lady of Singular Merit” and telling the stories of Civil Rights Movement activists in her collaboration with Sheila Arnold in their “Do Justice” and “Civil Rights: Finding a Voice” programs. She tells the stories that speak to her heart, whether they are personal, historical, or traditional stories. She was the winner of the the Best Actress and Best Vignette awards at the 7th Annual Smithfield Little Theatre One-Act Play Festival and the winner of the first Story Slam at the 2nd Annual Culpeper Tells Storytelling Festival.