Sarah Taylor is an award-winning actor, writer, and stand up comedian based in Los Angeles. Variety calls her “stunningly good”, Backstage West says she’s “glorious”, and The Chicago Reader finds her “impressive” and “mercurial”…which might just be a nice way of saying she’s moody. (To learn more, click here.)
Sarah also works as a spiritual mentor and energy healer for modern mystics committed to authentic living and helps people navigate spiritual awakenings of all kinds, especially non-dual awakening. (To learn more, click here)
She is currently writing Basic Sh*t: What You Need To Know About Healing, Thriving, And Waking Up, a humorous and helpful book for everyone and anyone who wants to realize and embody what they’re capable of.
Sarah performs comedy in Los Angeles and all over. From the profound to the profane, the sublime to the silly, her comedy illuminates the paradox of the human experience.
Her regular show, Cosmic Joke, at The Hollywood Improv Lab, offers a lineup of L.A.’s most talented comedians and it ends with a short meditation. She takes The Divine Mess Show on tour, which is a one-of-a-kind experience that includes Sarah’s comedy with its unique P.O.V. and a longer meditation with healing energy.
What people are saying about Sarah Taylor as a writer/performer
“Taylor really shines…[and] does a brilliant job.” IN Los Angeles Magazine
“… Particularly the fine Sarah Taylor… Straightforward and in control, Taylor invests the [tone of the play] with a restorative naturalness…” Los Angeles Times
“Taylor is stunningly good…delivering an intelligent and vibrant performance… Potent in its raw fury. But it’s her rueful declaration of love…and its evanescent depiction of a doomed heart laid bare that stays in the memory.” Daily Variety
“A gloriously multi faceted turn by Sarah Taylor…” ReviewPlays.com
“Played with remarkable emotional fluidity and impressive vocal and physical technique by Sarah Taylor…a mercurial range… Beautifully played …Taylor sings with poignant simplicity.” Chicago Reader
“Taylor expressively physicalizes Sandra’s struggle between erotic playfulness and self protection.”
“The sparks flew and it was obvious that this woman’s got presence with a capital P.” San Jose Metro
“Sarah Taylor’s portrayal of a working-class single mother is as volatile and tender as adolescence itself.” Frontiers Magazine
“In a scene stealing performance as a marvelously hyperkinetic geek…the mind-blowing Taylor makes [her] moments sparkle.” LA Reader
“[the play] is enhanced by the glorious Sarah Taylor…” Backstage West