Sara Armour is a comedian etc who has appeared on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, was a finalist in SeeSo’s NY’s Funniest Competition at the NYCF, and can be heard on Dan Savage’s Hot Mic and Sounds Like America on Audible.com.
Sara has been named a breakout artist by Caroline’s on Broadway and has been a member of the “Betches of Comedy” tour sponsored by the popular website betcheslovethis.com since 2013. Sara's comedy has been featured in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Nylon Magazine, and the Washington Post.
Sara co-hosts and co-produces a monthly Full Moon Ritual Comedy event, The Moonual, at Caroline's on Broadway, which has been covered by Time Out NY, The NY Post, and Galore Magazine.
Since 2009 Sara has been working as a Development Producer for MRB Films where she has written and produced a number of commercials including a prank PSA for the city of Philadelphia which won a Gold Addy Award for writing.
Sara is also a certified coach and is the founder of Shining Armour Productions where she facilitates facilitates a variety of workshops, coaches and collaborates with other talented creatives to transform their stories from dark to the light and communicate them with the world. It has a whole separate insta and everything.
Sara holds a BA in Film and Television production from Boston University (COM ‘08) and a certificate of ontological coaching from Accomplishment Coaching.
She has been called "Brilliant" by the Washington Post and "The Jewish JLo" by her mother.
Church Night, featured at this year’s New York Comedy Festival on November 11 & 12 is set to be a groundbreaking experience. Not just another vehicle for stand-ups, Church Night is both a comedy variety show and a very real church service that was described by one viewer as “a Prairie Home Companion on acid.” ...
Sara is working with her client turned friend and fellow comedian Brooke Arnold, to make a documentary about them making a documentary about their investigation into the Christian Fundamentalist Homeschool Cult that stole her childhood. The girls will uncover the secrets of the sinister church, made famous by TLC's 19 Kids and Counting, explore the emotional impact of Growing Up Fundie and attempt to work through the pain by transforming the material into a comedy.
a natural, enjoy.
“Totally changed my life"
- Myra Armour, mother