Sarah Quick

Playwright: Actor: Director


BIO

Writer : Director : Actor


Trained at the University of Wales, Sarah obtained a BA (Hons) degree in Drama along with certificates in acting from the London College of​ Music and The Guildhall.

In 1999 she formed Quick Change Theatre and toured throughout Canada, Ireland, England, the U.S., and Australia with her self-penned works ‘Thanks for the Mammaries’, ‘Sex and Sensibility’, ‘The Men Commandments’, ‘Do You Take This Man’ and ‘B4 & After’. ‘Do You Take This Man’ was CBC’s pick of the Edmonton Fringe and received an outstanding Drama award at the Melbourne International Fringe Fest.

Artistic Director of Globus Theatre at the Lakeview Arts Barn in Bobcaygeon www.globustheatre.com Sarah has performed in over forty productions with Globus Theatre with highlights including ‘Educating Rita’, ‘The 39 Steps’, ‘The Mysterious Mr. Love’, ‘The Secret Lives of Henry & Alice’, ‘Shirley Valentine’, ‘Sexy Laundry’, ‘Real Estate’, ‘Raising the Barn’ and ‘Halfway There’.

Sarah has written over 15 plays including ‘Knickers! A Brief Comedy’, which was recently in production at Upper Canada Playhouse and her 2018 play, ‘#Happy’, which was commissioned by the Lighthouse Festival Theatre in Port Dover. 

In the Fall of 2017, Sarah appeared in the World Premiere production of Sugar Road at Theatre Orangeville where she received audience acclaim for her role as Caroline. In2018 she was involved in performing her play ‘Sunshine Express’ on tour to the Village Playhouse, Bancroft and Theatre Collingwood’s Gayety Theatre and has just premiered her newest play, an adaptation of a one-act play by her mentor Peter McGarry, which is set to tour in 2020

Sarah has written for younger audiences too. Her pantomime scripts have entertained thousands of children as part of Globus Theatre's Christmas programming and she is often commissioned to write workshops for both youth and adults on any number of topics to be explored in a theatrical setting.