Andrew Borba, Artistic Director
Mr. Borba is in his first season as Artistic Director. He has served eight seasons as CTC’s Associate Artistic Director, and this is his twelfth summer with Chautauqua Theater Company. This season, in addition to directing The Taming of the Shrew, he is directing the Symphony of Sorrowful Songs with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. Last summer, Andrew played Editor Webb in Our Town, directed Ellis Island with the CSO in the Amp, and directed David West Read’s Afterlove. In 2014 Andrew conceived and created the multidisciplinary Inter-Arts work Go West! The Mythology of American Expansion. For CTC he has also directed: The Comedy of Errors, The Philadelphia Story, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Swimming Thru Abu Dhabi by Michael Gaston, and Carve by Molly Smith Metzler. Elsewhere: Hamlet-the First Quarto (Theatre of NOTE) Pictures and citations of that production appear in most the recent Arden and New Cambridge editions, Satisfy Me (The Lillian Theatre); A Song of My Own (Hudson Theatre); Evolution, Skins and Bones, Right to Post-all by Ruth McKee (Chalk Rep); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Juilliard); The Time of Your Life (USC, M.F.A. Program); Yankee Dawg You Die, Gargoyles (NYU Graduate Acting Program).
Sarah Clare Corporandy, Managing Director
Sarah Clare Corporandy is entering her 7th season at CTC, serving previously as Company Manager from 2009 – 2011.
Sarah Clare earned a Degree in Voice and Theater from Hope College in Western Michigan and an MFA in Arts Administration from Wayne State University in Detroit. During her time with Wayne State’s Hilberry Theatre, she served as Assistant Marketing Director and Director of Development for both the Hilberry and Bonstelle theaters.
She was the Company Manager for Barrington Stage Company during their 2005 and 2006 seasons and moved on to work with New York Stage and Film in the same capacity in 2007. >>Show More
Sarah Clare also served as Artistic Partner with Breathe Art Theater Project, which produces in Detroit and in Windsor, Ontario, and is one of only a small handful of professional cross-border art companies in North America. Sarah Clare also performed the role of Susie in Breathe Art’s 2007 production of Wit.
After receiving her Master’s Degree, she moved on to serve as Managing Director for the highly regarded interdisciplinary ensemble, Pig Iron Theater Company in Philadelphia, and was a member of the conservatory at the first annual International Antonin Artaud Festival in Bali, Indonesia (co-led by CTC Faculty Aole T. Miller).
From 2009 - 2012, Sarah Clare held a professorship at Savannah College of Art and Design, teaching in the Master’s program for Arts Administration on both the Savannah and Atlanta campuses, and through their online eLearning program. She has also developed new course curriculum for SCAD’s award winning eLearning program. She currently serves as an adjunct professor at both SCAD and the University of Kentucky.
Sarah Clare serves on the Boards of the New York Shakespeare Exchange in NYC, and on the advisory board of the Serenbe Playhouse at the Serenbe Institute, located just outside of Atlanta. Sarah Clare also works as an independent consultant specializing in strategic and event planning. Her work has been published in the International Journal of Arts in Society.