Sarah Corbyn Woolf

Sarah Corbyn Woolf is theatre artist from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. (Formerly of Washington, DC, formerly of NYC and formerly of Massachusetts.) Working primarily with heightened text, she has performed with a variety of independent theater companies around Manhattan as well as New York Classical Theatre. She is co-artistic director emeritus and co-founder of The Woolgatherers Theatre Group, with whom she also performed. She trains as both an actor and a text/movement teacher with Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, MA. Other training includes The Humanist Project, The Linklater Center in NYC, and The Barrow Group Acting School. She received a B.A. in Theater from Wesleyan University and i an M.F.A. from the Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University in conjunction with Shakespeare Theatre Company.

Ms. Woolf is the founding cast member of the audio drama “How We Manage Stuff.” Setting the standard for future productions, she did her first performance for the drama on a mobile internet connection from in an empty stairwell in a building that belonged to the New School in New York City.

Roles: Ms. Woolf originated the role of Anna-the-Intern. She has also performed the roles of Senator Christine Stassen and Jacqui the new hire. She is also a Senior Cast Member. She has been with the audio drama since 2015.