What People Are Saying:


"From the first note of “The World Above” that opened the show, Becky Sawicki as Ariel was the perfect little mermaid in every way. This young actress has the kind of voice that any sea witch would covet and was a pleasure to watch in her Landmark debut." -Nancy Sasso Janis, OnStage


“Alyssa Fontana Bunel, Mary J. Johnson and Becky Sawicki belt their songs with ease. They are delightfully comic and offer fresh new interpretations of their characters.” -Joanne Greco Rochman, Republican American


“Most charming was Becky Sawicki as the young, wealthy Southern blonde belle Jolene Oakes...Her Southern accent gave her character spunk and pizzaz and her pep made for a lively dance number.” -Jessie Sawyer, CT Entertainment Connect


Described as "A bundle of energy.” -Nancy Sasso Janis, OnStage 


"both Sawicki and Michelsson make the most of the time they're on stage and are a joy to watch." -Steve Gifford, OnStage


"Sawicki's classically trained, sweet operatic soprano voice makes her shine." -Jessie Sawyer, CT Entertainment Connect


About Becky:

Becky is a Connecticut-based performer specializing in Musical Theatre. A recent graduate from Providence College, Becky is a classically trained soprano, studying under the direction of Dr. TJ Harper. Becky grew up an athlete, but was heavily involved in the arts. Playing and leading her school's jazz band, concert band, choir, flute choir, and acappella groups, Becky was determined to become a music educator. That dream changed once she was cast as her first lead in a high school production. Since then, she has performed with many local theaters in her area, including Sharon Playhouse and the Warner Theatre; as well as other regional theaters and on film. Becky is trained in ballet, jazz, musical theatre, ballroom, modern, and tap dance. 

Becky has also recently started working on Production Teams for Children's Productions in the area. She has worked at after school programs in the Northwest Corner of CT and has recently made her directorial debut and choreographer debut with the Falls Village Children's Theatre. Becky is currently working as Director/Choreographer/Producer for the Salisbury Central School spring production of The Wizard of Oz! 

While she is not performing, Becky teaches voice and is a paraprofessional in an elementary school.