"Sarah Randall Hunt shines as “The Young Wife”—garnering big laughs over the course of her session with Popiel, and sympathy when subsequently interacting with Corey Rieger as her more ‘mature’ “Husband”. “I’m morally bankrupt!” she trills nervously “—and I hate Ginger Rogers! I think I’m dying!” This, before she leans down behind the tactful concealment of some well-placed theatre-seats, right beside her eager young suitor! It’s a boisterous and bawdy scene—and one rife with humongous laughs, especially after she sits up again with her comically smudged lipstick and reproachfully disheveled hair."
- Leo Buck, Buckingtrends.me
"Both actresses are great & Sarah Randall Hunt is a gifted singer as well. ... The ladies behind this production are keen on breaking the cycles of abuse that lead to ongoing domestic abuse... Kudos to them all. ... Well Done Ladies!"
- Harrison Held, Discover Hollywood
"Sarah Randall Hunt has a lovely singing voice and the ability to share her frailness as well as her strength in dealing what life has brought to her along the way. . . Kudos to Sirena Irwin and Sarah Randall Hunt for their fearless performances . . . their friendship and mutual trust develops, ultimately allowing hope to blossom."
- Shari Barrett, Broadway World
"Being back in her home state, Sarah Hunt really amazed the audience with her rendition of “Both Sides Now.” Sarah’s passion and her love of the music stood out in her voice as she sung. It was breathtaking to hear Sarah make the song her own. The crowd could not have been any prouder to call her one of our own."
- Buffie Embers, The Bee
Moon Over Buffalo
"Sarah Randall Hunt has the right amount of ditziness that is the character of Eileen . . . Every actor makes this play what it is. Terrific!"
- Cathy Wayne, Noho Arts District
"Hunt perfectly embodies the stereotypic blond ingénue."
- Neal Weaver, Stage Raw
"But the real focal point was the performance of Hunt as the Young Woman. From the opening scene, you see that she is lost and unhappy in this overly mechanical era. Hunt's multifaceted performance was especially noticeable her scene with the Young Woman's mother, played superbly by Emily Sinagra."
- Kathleen Barth, Berklee Beacon
"Groovy 'Boeing Boeing' zooms to high comedic altitudes . . . Gloria (Sarah Randall Hunt) is a perky Southerner with a love for breakfast food and a knack for gymnastic kissing . . . 'Boeing Boeing' at the Washington Street Theatre is a flight you won't want to miss."
- Lauren Matz, Olean Times Herald
"I directed Sarah in a production of Spring Awakening by Frank Wedekind. She has so many qualities that make her a joy to work with - talent, intelligence, generosity of spirit, intuitiveness, centerdness, flexibility, discipline.... Throughout the rehearsal process, I was often struck by the insight she has of her own emotional, physical, and psychological capacities -- and also by her ability to surrender into a moment with complete trust in herself and in her fellow actors. While Sarah was the leading actress in this production, she was at no time anything but a team player. She without fail raised the bar in the rehearsal room and helped to create an atmosphere in which risks could be taken without reservation. Her performance was consistently surprising and deeply affecting."
- Masha Obolensky, Playwright and Director