Sandra Brown Williams


Sandra Brown As Dr Seuss Sandra Brown in Green Hat Sandra Brown as a Clown



Sandra Brown Williams

Children's Concerts

"Cat in the Hat" songs by
Dr. Seuss.

Sandy Holder, piano



I'll Write a Love Song

Premiere performance of Songs by Whit Ozier
A Benefit for the Eugene Chapter of
The Alzheimer's Association

Produced and Directed by Sandra Brown Williams
Assistant Director, Arielle Aryah
Guest Artists:
Vicki Brabham, Cole Blume, Arielle Aryah,
Alex Mentzel, David Olsson, Judy Giers,
and Mark Lewis

Background song "The Gator Stomp" © Whit Ozier
Sung by Cole Blume
Piano, Vicki Brabham



Sandra Brown Williams as Dolly

Hello, Dolly!

Book by Michael Stewart
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
Lane Summer Musical Theater (2008)
Produced by Ron Bertucci and Jim Greenwood
Directed by Jack Watson
Choreography by Laura Hiszcynskyj


Photo by Cliff Coles


A Song Can Take You There!

Directed by Sandra Brown Williams and
Produced by Gordon Tripp

Vicki Brabham, Fernell Lopez, Pamela Lehan-Siegel
Marc Siegel, Jessie Marquez, Nancy Hopps, Kathryn
Muller-Lorish, Elizabeth Siegel, Wendy Ray, Craig
Einhorn, David Sherman, and Ben Williams
with the Rits Ensemble


Hansel and Gretel
E. Humperdinck
Soprano, Sandra Williams
Guests: Dorothy Berquist and Marie Landreth




Children's Recitals

Soprano, Sandra Williams
Cat in the Hat Songs by Dr. Seuss
Nancy Graham, Piano

UO Tuba Symposium

Mike Grosse, Tuba
Guest Soloist and Actor

Oregon Brass Quintet
Guest Soloist


Eugene Symphony Orchestra

Mason Williams & Friends
Mistletoe Mustache: A Fantasy on
The Re-invention of Christmas
By Karen Kammerer-Cookson

Holiday Medley , Markand Thacker, Conductor

On a Turquoise Cloud by Duke Ellington
Gary Fagin, Conductor

Trouble in Tahiti Leonard Bernstein
Vocal Ensemble, Marin Alsop, Conductor

Radio Days Marin Alsop, Conductor
script by Karen Kammerer & Wendy Ray

Oregon Festival of American Music

On a Spree , Soloist
Marin Alsop, Conductor

New York Airwaves , Soloist
Marin Alsop, Conductor

 Say it with Music: The 1920's in Review
Stephen Stone, Director



Eugene Festival of Musical Theater

Fiddler of the Roof, Music Man, and Baby

Lane Community Theater

A Doctor In Spite of Himself
Sound of Music


Sandra Brown Williams