Sarah Biernacki is a stage performer. She enjoys expressing herself artistically and the Huntington High School senior plans to continue refining her talents throughout the coming year and beyond in college.
The teenager can sing, dance and act and she’s really good at it. She is a high school drama club veteran of many shows. This year, Ms. Biernacki is also engaged in a credit bearing internship with Huntington choir director Victoria Garbarino.
Ms. Biernacki is determined to make the most of her senior year. “I am definitely looking forward to taking Chamber Choir (alto section leader), Creative Video 2, Advanced Placement Music Theory and AP English Literature and Composition,” she said. “I am also Ms. Garbarino’s intern this year, which I’m very excited about.”
The senior will also be returning to the drama club and is hopeful the group will be able to take the stage and thrill audiences. Last spring’s musical was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is still unknown whether the fall and spring productions will be held in 2020/21.
A member of Huntington High School’s Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter, Ms. Biernacki plans to participate in that organization’s activities, too.
“I hope that if Woodhull Intermediate School is allowed to do a musical that I can assist in the production once again,” Ms. Biernacki said. She will also keep busy with theatre and dance programs at From Stage To Screen performing arts academy in Huntington.
“My main focus has been preparing myself to audition for musical theatre bachelor of fine arts programs,” Ms. Biernacki said. “Speaking of college, my list is extremely long, because I am trying to cast a wide net since I have to audition to be accepted. But I hope to be accepted at a school and receive a BFA in musical theatre and to kick start a career as a performer.”