My Bio

Sarah is an actress currently based in the greater New England area. 

Over the past several years, Sarah has performed in a variety of different productions. In 2016, Sarah travelled to The National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, South Africa to perform as “Actor 5/ Sarah” in We Are Proud to Present by Jackie Sibblies Drury. The next summer, Sarah was a member of the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s Apprentice Acting Company. 

However, the most impactful characters she’s performed have been the ones that have already lived inside her. In her final semester of college, Sarah had the amazing opportunity to perform in Ifa Bayeza’s premiere production of Infants of the Spring. Sarah portrayed “Countess Njinski” a Jewish woman from the Bronx pretending to be Russian Royalty in late 1920’s Harlem. Throughout the play, Countess Nijinsky lived in two different worlds that altered her perception of herself. In the bustling and exciting neighborhoods of Harlem, the Countess was considered popular and attractive as a white woman. Conversely in her own Jewish-American community, she was labelled as unattractive and unable to compete with Aryan beauty standards. Since then, Sarah has been determined to embrace her identity in the acting world and further expand the breadth of roles available to women. 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys new experiences such as Parasailing or Zip-lining. She is also an avid foodie and cooks and bakes approximately 1000 recipes a week. In her continual journey for self betterment, Sarah is looking to become certified as a Personal Trainer and specifically work with Older Woman (age 40 and over) on exercise and nutrition.