End the summer with a bang and celebrate summer with us! Painted Fern Productions is pleased to present the “Goodbye Summer Cabaret” at the Havana Theatre on Commercial Drive. This intimate venue features cabaret seating with table service, provided by the Havana restaurant, featuring delicious snacks and craft cocktails. Plan a girls night or a fun date and be entertained by our live pianist, Sean Bayntun, and talented vocalists: Ivania Delgado, Claudine Paed, Diana Maratas, and Sara Mayfield. These amazing performers will share musical theater & pop/rock tunes sure to leave you tapping your toes interspersed with funny summer anecdotes! Come share songs that bring back the warmth of summer as we look at the upcoming months of rain and clouds!
Grab a seat, grab a drink and grab a friend to say “Goodbye Summer!” and “Hello Fall”!!
In alphabetical order
Sean Bayntun (He/Him)
A keyboard chameleon, he has received awards and nominations from the Jessie Richardson and Ovation societies. He plays in Leisure Club and DAñSE.
Ivania Delgado (She/Her)
Ivania is so excited to be singing live again! She is a graduate from Capilano University's Musical Theatre program. Select credits include Judy in 9 to 5: The Musical (CapU Theatre), Grand Hotel (Arbutus Studio), and Shrek: The Musical (Align).
Diana is a Filipina/Canadian musical performer and actress. This is her first public performance since losing her singing voice for almost 2 years due to chronic illness, and she could not be more delighted and proud to share this moment with you!"
Diana Maratas (She/Her)
Sara Mayfield (She/Her)
Sara's favorite season is Fall so she is very excited to bid goodbye to summer! Recent projects include directing, writing and producing The Girl Next Door, A new queer Canadian pop/rock musical, and her work as a cast member and producer on Tabletop Tiddies, a queer and feminist TTRPG podcast and stream.
Claudine Paed (She/Her/No Pronouns)
It’s bimbo summer! Claudine is a CapU Musical Theatre grad, writer, performer, and musical theatre instructor to young ones. Favorite credits: Psychic Woman/Egg “Something Rotten!” and Lisa "Mamma Mia!" (Theatre Under The Stars).