Sarah Jae Leiber

Sarah Jae Leiber

Sarah Jae Leiber is a recent graduate of Muhlenberg College and calls Philadelphia, Pennsylvania home. In college, she spent three years as a theatre & dance marketing associate and was the entertainment intern for BroadwayWorld.com, where she now works as their evening entertainment newsdesk editor. She writes all over the internet and has been published by Uncomfortable Revolution, The Validation Project...
Sarah Jae Leiber is a recent graduate of Muhlenberg College and calls Philadelphia, Pennsylvania home. In college, she spent three years as a theatre & dance marketing associate and was the entertainment intern for BroadwayWorld.com, where she now works as their evening entertainment newsdesk editor. She writes all over the internet and has been published by Uncomfortable Revolution, The Validation Project and several local news publications. Leiber is also a playwright and dramaturg, with plays produced off-Broadway (Grand Theft Tea Leaves, Theatre Row) and in Allentown, Pa. (The Repair Man, Muhlenberg College Mainstage). To complete her B.A. in theatre and history, Leiber spent the past year writing a thesis on theatre, visual art and activism during the AIDS crisis. For more information, please visit sarahjaeleiber.com.

Plays

  • Freudian Oops
    Freudian Oops is a Jewish family dramedy about grief, French onion soup, and cold sores. Kara recently lost her dad, and it turns out her mom has been accidentally dating her psychiatrist. Family therapy gets more personal than ever.
  • The Repair Man
    The Repair Man centers around a young, depressed, Jewish woman named Nick who is visited on Yom Kippur by a Golem masquerading as a dishwasher repairman. Hilarity and a hard conversation ensues.