Sandra W. Lee is an 8-year Army combat veteran in the Special Operations Command, having deployed to Baghdad, Iraq from ’03-’04. Upon returning from her deployment where she sustained injury, she completed her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations/Social Sciences with a minor in Music. Off-Broadway: Blueprint Specials (The Public Theater), Bullet Catchers (Judson Memorial Church), Comfort Women: A New Musical (Theatre at St. Clements). Selected New York: The Home Show (Lincoln Center), Interabang (Ars Nova), The Telling Project (Bay Street Theatre). Selected Regional: Rent (Ivoryton Playhouse), Next to Normal, South Pacific (LTM), Avenue Q (OHP), Addams Family (CCT), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Diamondhead Theatre). Sandra splits her time between NYC and Manchester, CT, where she is on the Governing and Artistic Boards of The Little Theatre of Manchester 501(c)(3), and is often a guest/keynote speaker as a disabled veteran for corporations and organizations regarding Military Sexual Trauma (MST), PTS, TBI and her service in the military. She also performs around the country for organizations such as Got Your 6 (501(c)(3)) and The Veteran Artist Program (501(c)(3)). www.sandrawlee.com @sandrawlee
With Poetic Theater Productions:
Actress in a reading of an excerpt from Maurice Decaul’s Hurt Me presented in the Closing Weekend Celebration event in the Veteran Voices 2017 Series on October 13th, 2017.
Featured Artist as vocalist, playwright, and actress before the October 15, 2017 performance of Outside Paducah: The Wars At Home and appearing on the Female Veteran Panel after the performance as a part of the Veteran Voices 2017 Series.