Sara Lipinski Chambers

Courses Taught :

  • Directing
  • Advanced Directing
  • Acting and Directing for Film
  • Script Analysis
  • The London Theatre Experience

Institutions/Professional Companies with which Ms. Chambers has worked:

Ms. Lipinski Chambers holds degrees from Western Michigan University and Virginia Commonwealth University. Before coming to Bowling Green State University, she taught at St. Lawrence University and Southern Illinois University.

Production or Film Credits :
Ms. Lipinski Chambers holds degrees from Western Michigan University and Virginia Commonwealth University. Before coming to Bowling Green she taught at St. Lawrence University and Southern Illinois University.

She is co-founder and Artistic Director of Broken Spectacle Productions.  Her acting performances have included roles in Swimming in the Shallows, Woodhull, Stages, Antigua: An Ethnographer's Calypso, Balm in Gilead, Twelfth Night, Biloxi Blues, The Marriage of Bette & Boo, Romeo and Juliet, Top Girls, You Can't Take It With You, Venus and Adonis, and Baby With the Bathwater. She has also performed roles in Jane: Abortion and the Underground, andThe Vagina Monologues.

For Bowling Green State University, Ms. Lipinski Chambers has directed A Perfect Wedding, Clybourne Park, Night of The Living Dead, Abundance, Eurydice, Summertime, Burning Patience, Giants Have Us in Their Books, Over the River and Through the Woods, Our Country’s Good, and The Skin of Our Teeth.

Elsewhere she has directed The Drunken City, You Can’t Take it With You, Ninon and The School for Gallantry, The Man With Four Legs, The Road to Mecca, Fefu and Her Friends, and produced and co-directed the short film the craigslist project with collaborator Lucas Ostrowski.

Research/Publications:

"Bodies as Battlegrounds: Performance as Activism in the Third Wave", Conference paper - Women and Theatre Focus Group Pre-Conference, Association for Theatre in Higher Education, San Francisco, California; July 2005.