Andy in Company

Claybourne Elder

Phone rings, doors chime in comes Claybourne Elder! Claybourne can be seen in the current Broadway revival of the Sondheim favorite, Company where he plays the role of Andy. Making his Broadway debut in the 2011 production of Bonnie & Clyde, Claybourne stayed steady on the scene performing next in the beloved Steven Sondheim musical Sunday in the Park With George. He began his career when Stephen Sondheim chose him to play the role of Hollis in his musical, Road Show. He was nominated for a Lucille Lortel award for his performance in Allegro and a Drama Desk for his performance in One Arm and performed at the Hollywood Bowl production of Sondheim on Sondheim. Claybourne was also in the cast of the recent and riveting production of Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song where he was the understudy for Ed as well as the company’s Fight Captain. Claybourne loves to connect to his fans through meet-and-greets, coachings, Q&As and more! Don’t forget to ask him what it’s like working with the one and only, Stephen Sondheim

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Phone rings, doors chime in comes Claybourne Elder! Claybourne can be seen in the current Broadway revival of the Sondheim favorite, Company where he plays the role of Andy. Making his Broadway debut in the 2011 production of Bonnie & Clyde, Claybourne stayed steady on the scene performing next in the beloved Steven Sondheim musical Sunday in the Park With George. He began his career when Stephen Sondheim chose him to play the role of Hollis in his musical, Road Show. He was nominated for a Lucille Lortel award for his performance in Allegro and a Drama Desk for his performance in One Arm and performed at the Hollywood Bowl production of Sondheim on Sondheim. Claybourne was also in the cast of the recent and riveting production of Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song where he was the understudy for Ed as well as the company’s Fight Captain. Claybourne loves to connect to his fans through meet-and-greets, coachings, Q&As and more! Don’t forget to ask him what it’s like working with the one and only, Stephen Sondheim