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 theContinue reading “Performing in the Ag Hall, Mayne Island B.C.”

Opening Chester Playhouse Tonight

Great preview story in Chronicle Herald today in the Arts section about Stripes! Circus comes to Chester Performer-playwright juggles seven characters in one-woman show By ANDREA NEMETZ Entertainment Reporter Tue, Aug 23 – 4:54 AM Sarah Hayward performs in Stripes: The Mystery Circus, a one-woman show opening 8 p.m. tonight at Chester Playhouse. SarahContinue reading “Opening Chester Playhouse Tonight”

Lobster – Fried Clams- Nova Scotia – Chester Playhouse Aug 23-26

What’s Cooking? More Seafood Please By Jan Napier When my favourite out-of-town friend, Sarah Hayward, comes “home” to visit the itinerary al- ways includes a very happy reunion with all of her beloved local seafood dishes. So much seafood, so little time. A few tins of lobster tucked in the freezer and we’re ready toContinue reading “Lobster – Fried Clams- Nova Scotia – Chester Playhouse Aug 23-26”

Winnipeg Fringe Festival 2011

Exerpts of Reviews from Winnipeg Fringe Stripes: The Mystery Circus Posted by Kelly Stifora, CBC Review Crew, Aug 2011 Details Company Name: Stripes: The Mystery Circus Origin: Vancouver, BC Venue: 2 – MTC Up the Alley “Despite its title, Stripes: The Mystery Circus is more retro-cabaret act than big top confection. It’s a compelling pieceContinue reading “Winnipeg Fringe Festival 2011”

The Tri-City News – Stripes honours her family

The Tri-City News – Stripes honours her family Hi Sarah,The story is now online at Good luck with your performance.Janis WarrenThe Tri-City News Eight years ago, Sarah Hayward started to take voice lessons in Vancouver. And she found that her coach, Marguerite Witvoet, not only had an talent to bring the best out ofContinue reading “The Tri-City News – Stripes honours her family”

New York Review- Stripes

Review by Daryl Glenn “The joyously authentic and unusual Sarah Hayward performed her self-penned one woman show “Stripes: The Mystery Circus” to an enraptured audience who were, myself included, basking in the glow of a completely original, never seen anything like it before treat of theatrical wizardry. Suffice to say that the action allContinue reading “New York Review- Stripes”

Wrapping up at Cherry Lane Theatre

It’s a wrap on the FringeNYC. Dennis Simpson came closing night and brought his gorgeous sister Gloria. Had a reviewer there Daryl Glenn who said he will write a glowing review. I am full of gratitude to the wonderful team of people helping me with the show…AJ, JJ, Rosie and Peggy….super volunteers and a greatContinue reading “Wrapping up at Cherry Lane Theatre”

Article in Behind the @Fringe NYC

FAQs: “Stripes: The Mystery Circus” @ New York International Fringe Festival Wednesday, 28 July 2010 Sarah Hayward answers our Fringe Asked Questions on her solo play “Stripes: The Mystery Circus” which can be seen at The Studio @ Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City from August 20-28. Ticket info and performance times are available here.Continue reading “Article in Behind the @Fringe NYC”

The Province Newspaper Article May 27, 2010

Story by Stuart Derdeyn of The Province. We met for a friendly coffee at Our Town Cafe on Braodway and Kingsway. Speaking about my excitement in going to perform in the New York Fringe, I said “this place is the closest I’ve come so far to performing – on Broadway”. (I performed at Our TownContinue reading “The Province Newspaper Article May 27, 2010”