Sarah Travis

Musical Supervisor & Arrangements

Sarah is an Associate Artist of Curve and trained at the City University and The Guildhall School of Music. In 2006 she won a Tony and Drama Desk Award for her Orchestrations on The Watermill Theatre's Production of Sweeney Todd, which transferred to Trafalgar Studios and Eugene O'Neill Theatre.

As Orchestrator & Musical Supervisor: Miss Littlewood (RSC); Sweet Charity & A Little Night Music (Watermill Theatre); Sister Act (UK tour); Officer and a Gentleman; Scrooge; Grease and Legally Blonde (Curve); I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Royal Welsh College); Redhead (LSMT); The Hired Man (NYMT St James Theatre); Fiddler on the Roof (2014 UK tour); The A to Z of Mrs P (Southwark Playhouse); The Jungle Book (Glasgow Citizens Theatre); Dear World (Charing Cross Theatre); Chess (UK tour and Toronto, Winner of 2010 Touring WhatsOnStage Award); Copacabana; Spend, Spend, Spend (Winner of 2009 Regional Theatre Award for Best Musical); Sunset Boulevard (4 Olivier Nominations and a transfer to The Comedy Theatre West End); Martin Guerre and Hot Mikado (both nominated for Regional Theatre Awards for Best Musical) all at The Watermill Theatre; Sunnyside of the Street (Jermyn Street); A Song Cycle For Soho (Soho Theatre); Greeks at the Gate (Gate Theatre); Peter Pan, Robin Hood, Beauty and The Beast (Eastbourne Devonshire Park Theatre); Honk! (Watermill); Mack And Mabel (Watermill and West End); Fiddler on the Roof; The Gondoliers (Watermill (both winners of Regional Theatre Award for Best Musical); Ten Cents a Dance, Piaf and Carmen all at The Watermill; Privates On Parade (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Dick Whittington (Barbican); Pal Joey (York); Dottie Lottie (Jermyn Street); Crazy For You; Me and My Girl (Aberystwyth); Annie (Belfast) and A Christmas Carol (Birmingham Rep).

As Composer she has composed many pantomimes for Chipping Norton, The Secret Garden (Chester); The Marriage Of Figaro (Watermill); Peter Pan (Oxford Playhouse); A Star Danced (Watermill); The Last Fattybottypuss in the World (Regents Park); Tales My Lover Told Me (Kings Head); A Womb With a View (Radio 4); The Challenge (The Shaw Theatre); Late And Lyrical (Jermyn Street); and Best Of British (Bridewell).

As pianist: Bette Midler and Me: Gilded Balloon (Edinburgh Fringe 2015); Julian Clary; Canned Clary (St James Theatre); Natural Born Mincer (UK Tour); Fascinating Aida in Barefaced Chic; Lily Savage (The Bloomsbury); Dillie Keane in Citizen Keane and Single Again Alvin Stardust; Barb Jungr; The Drop Dead Divas; and Two Birds And A Bloke.