Sarah Chenoweth trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School prior to receiving her MA in Advanced Theatre Practice from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She received her BA in Classics from Harvard University and trained at School of American Ballet and Ballet Academy East in New York City. She is a founding member of The Sun Apparatus Theatre Company.  Theatre credits include Rubbish, Unprescribed, The ME (Sun Apparatus), Café le Monde (Columbia Stages), The Rover, After the Dance, The Seagull (BOVTS).  Directing credits include An Oresteia (assistant director and dramaturge, Classic Stage Company), The Tempest (Harvard Loeb Mainstage), American Grace: Dance in the 20th Century (Harvard Loeb Mainstage).  When she’s not growing a baby, she tutors Latin and English alongside her theatre work.

The Sun Apparatus is a multinational, all-female devising theatre company which formed in Spring 2013 at The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama in London. The company's core members combine their diverse backgrounds, talents and life experiences to create image-led work that illuminates and critiques both the personal and political. Their aim is to challenge the mundane and play with the absurdities of life.


COVID BABY is a ridiculous, bittersweet romp through the trials of a COVID pregnancy. It is a comedic recounting of some of the more absurd aspects of pregnancy, such as unseemly amounts of drool and pregnancy fitness classes, interspersed with recollections of difficult times of the past months, such as trying to understand a new healthcare system from the point of view of a foreigner. Plus fruit. Expect fruit in all shapes and sizes.

Instagram: @sckenneykenney / @thesunapparatus

Production photography by Tasha Best.