Sarah Jae Leiber is a Jewish playwright, screenwriter, comedy writer, and essayist from just outside of Philadelphia, PA. She writes regular film reviews for Screen Mayhem and theatre satire for The Broadway Beat, with bylines elsewhere at BroadwayWorld, Uncomfortable Revolution, and The Validation Project. She worked as BroadwayWorld’s evening entertainment editor while apprenticing as a member of Actors Theatre of Louisville’s 48th Professional Training Company. Sarah holds a BA in theatre and history from Muhlenberg College. You can find her whole portfolio here, and you can find her on Twitter @sarahjaeleiber.
The Milk Carton Kids, Kaia Kater, The Secret Sisters, Elton John, Mike Viola.
I May Destroy You, Schitt’s Creek, Normal People, Justified, The Simpsons (constantly, misguidedly), Game of Thrones (again, misguidedly).
Something That May Shock and Discredit You by Daniel M. Lavery, Someone Who Will Love You in All Your Damaged Glory by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb, The Oracle Year by Charles Soule.