Introducing... Sara Caputo
Sara Caputo was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. She began dancing at the early age of two and immediately found her love for the stage. Sara went on to train in classical ballet, tap, jazz and contemporary dance and later on singing.
In 2006 Sara moved to Singapore to begin a Bachelor of Arts (hons) Acting, at LASALLE College of the Arts. While at LASALLE she appeared in many performances both on stage and screen. Some of these include playing Antipholus of Ephesus in Shakespeare’s A Comedy of Errors, the Ballad Singer as well as the Chancellor in Bertol Brecht’s play The Life of Galileo and the Women in the Singaporean play Three Fat Virgins.
Since graduating in 2009, Sara has performed in Visible Cities, for the Singapore Arts Festival, 2009, and both the August and October productions for PLAYtime, at the Esplanade Theatre.
In 2010 Sara began working for Resort World Sentosa at Universal Studios Singapore, performing the role of Rosilyn the Mistress of Ceremonies at Hook's Knight Club, in Donkey LIVE.