Sarah Corbyn Woolf


  • Ovid's Metamorphoses
    March, 2020



  • MFA candidate at the Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University in conjunction with Shakespeare Theatre Company


  • 'Cymbeline' as Queen and Belarius at the Academy for Classical Acting

  • Understudying Nancy Robinette in the role of Death in Shakespeare Theater Company's production of EVERYBODY by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.

photo by Haley Jakobson

T h e a t e R

I am a multi-purpose theater artist, currently getting my MFA from the Academy for Classical Acting. I work primarily with Shakespeare, supported by deep textual analysis, emboldened spirit, and a voice that supports risk-taking and vulnerability.

Romeo and Juliet

The Woolgatherers Theater Group, NY

Photo by Ariella Axelbank


T a r o T (and more!)

As a coach, reader, and occasionally a healer, I use tarot and ritual to help my clients find patience with their questions, embody fortitude as they find their answers, discover more joy along the way, and above all, find their own resilience as they move towards self-guidance and autonomy. I offer guidance in the form of readings and coaching in person, via email, and remotely.

Photo by Georgie Richer


A c t i v i s M

So why do I keep posting those photos on my Instagram? I identify as a body-positive activist. I explore human body, sensuality, and pleasure as much as I can in my daily life, and then share it through radical vulnerability, transparency, exposure, and truth telling on social media in an effort to reclaim and foster humanity in a part of our world that so easily slaughters it.

photo by Mark Laubenheimer


C o a c h i n G

I work independently as a text and acting coach and am currently taking a break from ongoing work with the movement and text faculty at Shakespeare & Company as I pursue my MFA. I hope to move towards teaching classes through my theater company, as well as in institutions, but for now, reach out if you are interested in one-on-one opportunities!

photo by John Dolan


G e t  i n  t o u c H . . . 

photo by Buck Lewis