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Librarian Extrodinaire

November 14, 2019

Sally is so excited to join NextStop Theatre Company's Matilda as Ms. Phelps. The show focuses on child prodigy, Matilda, and how she uses her smarts (and special powers) to change her story! 

Princess Time!

September 16, 2019

"Mulan, Pocahontas and Badroulbadour were winsomely played with sarcastic verve by Sally Horton. Her Mulan was a hoot!" -Mary Ann Johnson


Sally joins Creative Cauldron's production of Disenchanted, playing the epic characters of Hua Mulan, Pocahontas, and Princess Badroulbadour. Join the princesses as they tell their real stories to humorous effect! We recommend leaving your kids at home for this one; the princesses have a few crass things to say.... Opening October 3, 2019! 

Everyone's Favorite Donkey

February 19, 2019

"Sally is loveably remorse as Eeyore." -Kristen Price.

"Horton, as Eeyore, singing about life as a donkey is a highlight." -Kelly McCorkendale

"Sally Horton, shows true versatility with her portrayals of the downer donkey Eeyore and the "scheming" Kanga." -Elliot Lanes


Sally returns to Adventure Theatre MTC in 2019, playing Eeyore and Kanga in Winnie the Pooh. She is extremely excited to work with renowned DC director, Shirley Serotsky, as they reimagine this beloved childhood story. The show opens at the end of March and is currently scheduled until May 26th. 

Womxn on Fire Festival

February 14, 2019

For the first time since 2012, Sally puts on her directing hat in this annual festival, hosted by Keegan Theatre. She is so lucky to be working with actors Pooja Chawla and Fatima Razi, who have made the process dynamic and progressive. The 10-minute script, written by Graziella Jackson, focuses on the recovery of a school-shooting survivor, encouraged by her obstinate little sister. The festival opens on February 11, when Sally will be singing in the launch party. 

Paper Dreams is Physical Comedy Gold

June 21, 2018

Sally joins Imagination Stage for their Early Childhood show: Paper Dreams. The rehearsal process was extremely rigorous, having only sixteen hours of rehearsal before opening! The show is a whirl of belly-laughing goodness, with plenty of physical comedy shared between Sally and actor/dancer Giselle MacDonald. Although designed for children between the ages of 1-5, Meg Lowey (director) insists this show extends to all ages, as there's nothing quite so universal as body language. Come catch the show before it closes in July! 

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

February 10, 2018

Sally is currently performing with Adventure Theatre MTC in their production of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, playing the roles of Mother and Mrs. Dickens. The piece is directed by Cara Gabriel, with William Yanesh as MD and Ashleigh King as choreographer. 

Working with this team has been a true joy, especially as the theme resonates with many children and adults alike. We've all had days that go against plans, and this show encapsulates that as Alexander goes miserably from one event to the next. Is Alexander going to finish the day in peril? Come see the show to find out, playing until March 31st.

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