Meet the Cast: Sara Schoch

BIG FISH
MAR 13 – APR 11

Tickets from $25
Wed & Thurs: 7:30PM
Fri: 8PM
Sat: 4PM & 8PM
Sun: 3PM
Approximately 2 hour and 30 minutes with one intermission.
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We’re pleased to introduce you to the actors in our New England Premiere production of BIG FISH.  The play tells the story of Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman known for his tall tales and charismatic personality. When his adult son Will discovers he is about to become a father, he sets out to discover the truth behind his father’s larger-than-life adventures.

Sara Schoch plays Jenny Hill, a mysterious woman from Edward’s past who is key to Will’s search for the truth. Read our interview to find out more.


 

 

Where are you from?

I grew up in Cleveland, Ohio but live in NYC with my husband Tony.

Have you worked with SpeakEasy prior?

No, ma’am.  First time.

Could you tell us a bit about the role you are playing?

Jenny Hill was Edward’s first girlfriend and I can’t say much more than that without ruining the play. She is a wonderfully deep character with a wealth of emotions that I am eager to explore.

What are you looking forward to in this process?

I am most excited about this creative team.  I’ve wanted to work with Paul for almost three years after a previous production didn’t work with my schedule. So I am very grateful to have this opportunity to work with him now.

Can you share a favorite memory of a parent?

I have the two best parents in the world. Every memory I have with them is special.  But when I think of this show, I think of my father’s father and the relationship he had with my mother and father.  He passed 5 years ago in March and every time I hear the song “What’s Next”, I think of how devoted my mother and father were to him throughout his illness and passing.  I personally have never been the same inside since he left us. I loved him very deeply.  I have a beautiful loving family. And this show only makes me think of the legacy they have left, and will continue to create for my siblings and their children.