Sarah Jae Leiber is a playwright, screenwriter, essayist, dramaturg and theatre marketer from Philadelphia, PA. She is the entertainment editor for and an alum of Actors Theatre of Louisville's Professional Training Company. Playwriting credits include Grand Theft Tea Leaves (Off-Broadway, Theatre Row), The Repair Man (Muhlenberg College Mainstage) and Freudian Oops (an ill-fated, COVID-cancelled production at Jewish Theatre of Bloomington); dramaturgy credits include Mr. Burns: a Post-Electric Play, Ubu Roi, The Cherry Orchard, Reverse Transcription and Final Placement at Muhlenberg College; and she has essays and comedy writing at Bitch Media, The Niche, Screen Queens, Sally Mag, The Broadway Beat, Small Screen, and Screen Mayhem. Her 30-minute dramedy pilot, Hearts and Bones, is a semifinalist in ScreenCraft's 2021 TV Pilot competition. Leiber holds a B.A. in theatre and history from Muhlenberg College and wrote her thesis on art and activism during the AIDS crisis.

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takes on usually-ancient, oft-overlooked, always-entertaining tv, film, music, and theatre(?) that made editors go, "huh? why? how do you even know about that?"


sarah jae leiber

Sarah Jae Leiber is a Jewish writer (mostly plays, screenplays, and film/TV/music criticism), singer (mostly Carole King covers), and actor (mostly not anymore) based in New York City. She is, crucially, from Philadelphia.