First Company Dancer
Sarah Vogan began her training at a young age. Her performance highlights include: ABC Boscov's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Sunoco Welcome America 4th of July Parades, Republican National Convention, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell Inauguration Parade, and in 2003, Sarah made her debut dancing at Carnegie Hall in concert with Janellen Farmer. While acquiring her BA in dance at Mount Holyoke College, she choreographed an adjudicated piece for the American College Dance Association national festival. In 2007, she traveled to Ireland to teach American tap dance, while studying Irish step dance with international champions, Jim Hickey and Justin Walsh. Sarah teaches at many dance studios in the greater Philadelphia area and choreographs musicals for local schools and community theaters, including the Barn Playhouse and Forge Theater. She was most recently recognized by Camille Bacon-Smith of Broad Street Review as the "star turn" of The Lady Hoofers' annual spring concert, On Tap, performing "Booty Swing," a solo choreographed by Artistic Director, Kat Richter.