Tony Nominee Sarah Stiles Brings Her Squirrel Heart Cabaret to New York
The Broadway veteran will offer two performances of her solo show in a return engagement at Joe's Pub.
Tony Award nominee Sarah Stiles (Hand to God) will bring her cabaret show Squirrel Heart to Joe's Pub for a two-night engagement on January 3 at 7pm and January 8 at 9:30pm. Written by Stiles and Holly Gewandter, the show returns for the first time since its debut at Joe's Pub in February 2016. Darren Katz directs, with musical direction by Brian Nash.
Stiles was last seen on Broadway as Jessica in the 2015 production of Hand to God, which earned her a Tony nomination for Best Featured Actress. Her other Broadway credits include Avenue Q, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and On a Clear Day You Can See Forever. Stiles also played Little Red Riding Hood in the Public Theater's Into the Woods, presented as part of its Shakespeare in the Park programming. She's recently been working on the West Coast, playing Gladys in the new series Get Shorty on Epix.
"It's been a blast working on the west coast, but I've missed the sparkle of theater in NYC," said Stiles in a statement. "I thought what better way to get my fix then work on this crazy show. Squirrel Heart is a marathon of musical genres and caffeinated emotions wrapped up in 20 or so costume changes and big hair. I'm so excited to share it again, and twice!"