Sarah Hayward

actor, comedian, singer/songwriter and playwright

Category Archives: Creativity

Performing in the Ag Hall, Mayne Island B.C.

Amazing, enthusiastic reception for Stripes on Mayne Island last weekend. Tremendous support from a lively community. Waiting back stage at the Ag Hall in my Nun/Party Girl costume, I could hear the audience building, getting more rambunctious. Then it sounded like they were playing tromones and basoons as chairs were dragged and shuffled across the …

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Last day in Edinburgh

Photo #1. My dinner: Haggis Fritters in Whiskey Sauce in Bennet Pub 1830. #2. Me in the Bennet pub located beside the Kings Theatre, excellent decorative tiles and Haggis. #3. Kings Theatre, #4. Ross Theatre, Outdoor Princess St. Garden Theatre #5.Scottish Cultural Centre on Royal Mile #6. Central Cathedral St. Giles #7. Red Interior The …

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Ariane Mnouchkine ‘s Theatre du Soleil

Last night I had the great privilege of seeing Ariane Mnouchkines four hour epic play, Les Naufrages du Fol Espoir (Aurores), The Castaways of the ‘Fol Espoir’ (Sunrises….and the name of the ship that goes aground off Cape Horn.) The set was built in an enormous airplane hanger and the huge wooden shipping crates were …

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Last Day Fringe 5 shows

A surfeit of Fringe Plays. I took in 5 shows yesterday: Sarah Jones Does Not Play Well With Others, a young vantriloquist from Australia who is best described as whimsical; Swamp Juice, a very imaginative shadow puppet show which includes three d effects; Mr Braithwaites’ New Boy, a gay pretty woman story; Sarah Kendell, a …

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Debut of Simi Starfish

World debut of my new character, Simi Starfish, singing “Happy St. Valentines Day” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as part of Aurora Winterborn’s Candid Cabaret. Performed my new piece for a full house, very enthusiastic reception, bit of a thrill to perform here. Met lots of interesting Fringe performers doing a variety of pieces to …

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Enneagram Evening With T.J. Dawe and Lindsay – Good Times in Vancouver

Beet Burgers and Wisdom Last summer while performing at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival I saw TJ Dawes play “The Enneagram”, and I loved it! His best play yet and he’s written 12 original Fringe Plays…this years is even more amazing, it’s called “Medicine” and will be playing the the Firehall Theatre in January of 2013…(Go …

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MOV Exhibits Vancouver

MOV / Planetarium Vancouver Neon Exhibit, Art Deco Dresses 1920’s – 1930’s and protest buttons from the 60’s and 70’s.check it out. Latest protest button would read “Pussy Riot!” in honor of the female musicians in Russia who were just given two year jail sentences for performing in a church.

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