Sarah Rice has been on stage since infancy, having come from an actively theatrical family. She adores acting, singing, and promoting general mayhem wherever possible, but her main passions are choreography and dance. Sarah began dancing in 1975, and has never stopped. She attended the Roosevelt School for the Arts, where she received extensive training in classical and modern dance, choral and solo vocalization, advanced drama, piano, lighting and sound tech, and set design. Sarah has been privileged enough to participate in a variety of stage productions over the years, including Guys and Dolls, Our Town, Little Shop of Horrors, The Crucible, Oliver, A Chorus Line, and many more. Aside from Stark Ravens, Sarah’s current projects include dancing with two of the Art Deco Society's troupes, the Decobelles and the Live Wires, dabbling in amateur photography and web development, teaching Lindy Hop and East Coast swing for weddings and specialty events, and bottling for Brian Patterson's Punch and Judy show, as the Piccolo Puppet Players.