About Our Director
Sara Sanger lives in Clarkston with her husband Steve (also an actor with Clarkston Village Players), along with a dog and two cats. They have seven children between the two of them, and nine (soon to be ten) grandchildren. Recent acting roles at CVP include Myra Bruhl in Deathtrap, Grace in Bus Stop, Lexie in The Dixie Swim Club, Ida in Morning’s at Seven, Cindy Savage in Self Help, Aunt Julia in Lend Me a Tenor and Izzy in Kitchen Witches. Her directing experience includes assistant director for Fool for Love, producer/assistant director for Lend Me a Tenor, and director for Simpatico, The Underpants, Out of Order, Spamalot (Youth Theatre) and Murder at the Howard Johnson's. She has also done set dress (I Hate Hamlet, House on a Cliff, Murder at the Howard Johnson's) and props/costumes (The Attempted Murder of Peggy Sweetwater, Dead Certain, Lend Me a Tenor, Bus Stop). Sara served on the CVP Board of Directors as Vice President (2014), President (2015-16) and has served as Publicity Chair since 2015. Sara is also active on the board of Clarkston Cultural Arts Council. In 2018, she retired from a 20-year career in the transportation logistics industry and currently works as a customer concierge for The Exterior Painters.