Tag: Vancouver

A Drunk Bride-To-Be and a Kindergarten Teacher Walk on Stage

I had such a great time performing at The Chair Series last Saturday. I can’t wait to do this show again! Thanks to John McGie for writing such fun monologues. Thank you to Stacy Taylor Photography for capturing these moments of my rubber face in action.

What is “The Chair”?

It sounds ominous doesn’t it? THE. CHAIR. It’s pretty simple. There are 8 actors on stage and one chair. The actors take turns sharing a monologue which was written for them by John McGie. There are no props and no costumes. It’s bare bones theatre. John asked the actors to

Check Me Out On Stage This February

VFS Sketch – The Sketch Files Tuesday, February 13 VFS Cafe Doors: 7:30 $5 at the door Facebook event Reason why you should attend: I play a half-goose half-woman in one sketch.           Shirley Gnome’s Unconventional Romance Variety Show Thursday, February 15 The Rickshaw Theatre Doors at

Another Night for Teen Angst

Thanks to the Vancouver Courier for this article on my upcoming Teen Angst Night at the Fox Cabaret. Tickets are selling fast. If you want to save money, get yours now. Tickets on sale at Eventbrite until midnight Thursday. If you want to buy on Friday, it’s $15 at the

It’s a Christmas miracle!

I have two delightful shows for that wonderful downtime between Xmas and NYE. Join me for some fun and laughs on Main Street. SAY WHA?! READINGS OF DELICIOUSLY ROTTEN WRITING SARA’S LEAST FAVOURITE THINGS SPECIAL Wednesday, December 27, 2017 Cottage Bistro, 4468 Main Street, Vancouver, BC SHOW 8-10 PM $10 at

My Least Favourite Say Wha?!

I created the show Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing in 2010 and over the years I have read A LOT of terrible books. So many. Too many. So, for this very special post-holiday edition I’ll be sharing my favourite/least favourite books. Yes, Bear will make an appearance. If

Laugh Until Your Face Hurts at Teen Angst Night

Somewhere in the back of your closet gathering dust and turning yellow with age is comedic gold. Those old journals, poems, and essays you wrote as a teenager are cringe inducing and that’s what makes them so good! Now, imagine sharing those old notes in front of an audience. That’s

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