about Sarah Paige
Sarah Paige is an acting coach and director who trained under Bob Krakower. She has been a guest teacher at NYU's Stonestreet Studios and TVI Studios. Her clients are adults, teens and kids who have appeared in many projects including...Orange is the New Black, Homeland, The Good Wife, The Americans, The Originals, Blue Bloods, The Blacklist, V/H/S, Queen of Glory, One Life to Live and many more.
Sarah's most recent directing project, the web series 600 Hours, is currently featured on Funny Or Die, has been accepted to the 2016 LA WEBFEST and the 2016 New Media Film Festival. Theatre directing highlights include: I-POD at The Barrow Group Theatre, which won “Best Solo Show” at the Nettie Awards and was part of the United Solo Festival at Theatre Row. She was also Bob Krakower's Assistant Director for Good Television at the Atlantic Theater. Sarah has directed and edited several short films and appeared in multiple national commercials - some can be seen here: https://vimeo.com/
An Austin, Texas native, Sarah earned a degree in Education from Texas State University. She served as an educator in the Peace Corps in West Africa for two years before returning to Austin where she taught sixth grade as well as acting and improvisation classes for kids and teens at the Esther’s Follies Comedy Troupe. She was a summer program director at Vista Camps in Ingram, Texas. Her essays have appeared in Newsweek, Farmhouse Magazine, Writing Austin’s Lives and The Austin American Statesman.
Upon moving to New York, Sarah attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Upright Citizens Brigade and studied with Bob Krakower. Under Bob’s mentorship as his assistant for five years, she combined her education background with the acting and on-camera skills honed in his classes and quickly became a sought after acting coach and director.
She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two sons.