Sarah Quinn
"Mega-talented Aussie thesp Sarah Quinn could probably match the energy level of most multi-human theatre companies..."

Sarah Quinn is an Australian-born actress and writer, currently based in Montreal. The first half of 2011 sees her touring her critically acclaimed solo show "Other People's Problems" throughout four cities in Australia, as well as Montreal and New York.

Sarah was recently seen at the Freestanding Room in the solo comedy "A Captive Audience", written by award winning comedian DeAnne Smith, and as "Janie" in H.M McCuen's "Hope In Chaos" at Mainline Theatre (MTL), which is making its NYC debut at the 9/11 Memorials in September this year.

Quinn also recently held principal roles in the short films "Things Worse", "Refresh" and "The Price Of Admission", and plays the title role in the short film noir, "Suzanna". As co-creator of the monthly new-work salon "Happengläd's New Hat", Sarah can be regularly seen performing her satirical solo sketches at Montreal's Theatre Ste. Catherine.

"Sarah Quinn is magnificent" (Adelaide Advertiser)

"Mega-talented Aussie thesp Sarah Quinn could probably match the energy level of most multi-human theatre companies... delivers multi-layered, dynamo performances” (Montreal Gazette)

"Dynamic actress and playwright Sarah Quinn... is an all-round performer... both dramatic and constantly hilarious.” (Rip It Up)

"Quinn is outstanding...not only talented, but absolutely versatile...Unique, original and superb." (NovaFM)
 

"The most arresting performance I've observed at this year's Fringe." (Adelaide Theatre Guide)