Grey's Anatomy star Sarah Drew is returning to the stage at the LA Works to play a lead role in the play "The Hound of the Baskervilles". She will star opposite James Marster of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" fame and will appear on stage for a limited run from June 12 to June 15. For her the stage is home as she has performed on Broadway and in London's West End but the decision does have entertainment insiders intrigued.
She is coming off a great season on the night time drama "Grey's Anatomy in which she played the role of Dr. April Kepner. Sarah Drew also played the lead role in the movie "Mom's Night Out", a comedy for which she received praise from critics and fans for her sensational performance.
The success of this film and her acting performance in which she displayed the acting range to perform a comedy was deemed very impressive as she and entertainment insiders have noted how for comedy is a challenging genre because of the need to get the timing and also ensure the scene is funny but not silly. For filmmakers, her performance has put her on the radar screens as someone who could be a leading lady for their projects whether it be dramatic role or comedy.
Some entertainment insiders look at her decision to perform on stage as a great way to stay sharp prior to potentially auditioning for an upcoming movie role or even providing filmmakers with the opportunity to see her perform on stage.
Sarah Drew is an actress with the acting range to thrive on the big screen as a leading lady and her decision to not take the summer off but to act on stage has some entertainment insiders thinking that she is getting ready to add some projects to her portfolio in the very near future. Look out for Sarah Drew in 2014.