"In perhaps the most unexpected turn the production took, Sara DeLong plays Thomas Jefferson as a soprano which worked far better than I could have ever imagined. DeLong was gentle yet firm in the role; as necessary to propel the play along."
-Danielle Rosvally of The New England Theatre Geek | August 16th 2016
"Thomas Jefferson had fewer lines, instead allowing his facial expressions to speak for him. And speak they did. It was apparent from Jefferson’s face what he thought of every other person onstage. ...[Sara DeLong] really perfected the scowl and the look of disdain."
-Emma Bingham of The Tech | August 16th 2016
“The next selection was a cantata by Mozart, and Sara DeLong’s full, rich soprano voice made it a delight... DeLong’s performance was unlabored and unpretentious, accentuated by an excellent articulation of the German text."
-Dick Frantzreb of the Sacramento Choral Calendar | March 8th, 2013
*Following her marriage in 2018, Sara changed her last name from Haugland to DeLong. Quotes on this page have been updated with Sara's new name although the original publication may retain her previous surname, Haugland.