Sandy Thuy Jensen Sandy studied theatre at the SLCC and the U of U. In 1994 she opened the Off Broadway Theatre in Salt Lake with her husband, Eric and some partners, where they helped create “Quick Wits” an improv comedy troupe and later changed their troupe’s name to “Laughing Stock.” In 2003, both Eric and Sandy have been running their theatre together, keeping them busy. Sandy loves to play with her son, Austinn the love of her life. Some of her theatre experiences have been: Liat in South Pacific, Chah Li in Song of Singapore, Lotus Blossom in Tea House of the August Moon, Miki in Majority of One, Poppy in Noises Off, and Sara Lee in Kung Fooey. Other theatres that she has acted at are: Hale Center Theatre, Sundance theatre, Rodger’s Memorial, Stage Right, Salt Lake Acting Co., Off Broadway Theatre, and the Salt Lake Grand Theatre. Sandy has done some film and local commercials. Her most treasured roles have been as Mom and Wife.