Sarah is the HOST and FOUNDER of the sold out, LIVE storytelling in LA: 
Funny People Cry Too. 
During each show, storytellers share personal, heartfelt stories of the pain behind the facade of being funny. 
The show takes place in an intimate
space designed to bring people
together, and abolish the stigma surrounding mental health conditions.
A portion of sales from each show
goes directly to The National
Alliance of Mental Illness.

With 4 years of improv under her

belt, 3 years as a stand up 

comedian, and a BA in journalism 


what Sarah does best.


She has performed all over

Los Angeles sharing personal, 

heartfelt stories of being the

daughter of a mother with a mental health condition, encouraging others to find hope in the darkness.

Sarah is a PUBLIC SPEAKER for high school students with

End The Silence, a national movement founded by The National Alliance of Mental Illness, the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected

by mental illness.

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