Sarah Tither-Kaplan, was born in Harrison, Arkansas, and raised in Los Angeles, CA.
She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Music Industry from University of Southern California in June of 2013. During her four years at USC, she worked her way through nine entertainment industry related internships, including; Velvet Hammer Music Management, Envision Media Arts, Rogers & Cowan, AEG Live, The Collective, and NBCUniversal. As a result, she is now literally the best person in the entire world at taking coffee orders, but has absolutely no interest in ever taking any again.
She has written and produced three original plays, three short films, and has produced events at Silverlake Lounge, Hotel Cafe, Ham & Eggs Tavern, and House of Blues.
Throughout college, she managed and booked events for The Pink House (facebook.com/thepinkhousela), an independent D.I.Y. venue/ artist’s collective.
Sarah’s original play Flyover State was part of the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival , sold out a month long run, and was nominated for Best New Play by the Gangbuster’s Theater Company.
In October of 2014, she was one of 20 actors selected to participate in James Franco’s first ever Master Acting Class at Studio 4. She can be seen in his upcoming films Actor’s Anonymous and The Long Home and Season 2 and 3 of Making A Scene with James Franco.
Her screenplay for Flyover State was a 2017 Script Pipeline Quarterfinalist, a 2017 Scriptapalooza Quarterfinalist, and a 2017 Austin Film Festival Second Rounder.
Me Problems, Sarah’s original short film is in post-production and will be submitted to festivals in 2017.
Sarah is an advanced study student at Upright Citizen’s Brigade and performs improv comedy regularly at UCB and at comedy venues in Los Angeles.