Tuesday November 4th at 6pm
Since China invaded Tibet, more than a million Tibetans have died as a result of the occupation, and 6,256 monasteries were destroyed and looted. Now the Tibetan people find themselves in exile, minorities in their own country, their religion, culture and language under attack. The Tibet Fund provides humanitarian aid, cultural and religious preservation and health care to Tibetans in exile, and in Tibet. Through this fund, one can support Tibetan monks and nuns, elderly without homes, children in exile, and students trying to preserve their culture.

The event on Tuesday November 4th at 6pm will be a talk by the brilliant Dr. Thubten Jinpa Langri, an eminent scholar, and principal English translator to His Holiness the Dalai Lama since 1985. Dr. Langri will speak on "The Story of Reincarnation in Tibetan Buddhism." You can get tickets to the talk at Lincoln Center's Box office.

If you can't join us for the event, don't lose the chance to support Tibet Fund on-line; even small donations can help considerably to help one other human being. You can find out more about what they do at www.tibetfund.org.

Lincoln Center is currently producing the world premiere of THE OLDEST BOY,  a new play about a young American boy who is believed to be a reincarnation of a high Buddhist teacher. It is performing Off-Broadway at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. Directed by Rebecca Taichman is running until December 28, 2014.

Profile Theatre in Portland, Oregon is has dedicated their entire 2015 Season to Sarah's work.

DEAR ELIZABETH was produced by the People's Light & Theatre Company in Philadelphia April 2-27, 2014 directed by Lisa Rothe.

STAGE KISS recently premiered at Playwright's Horizon's, directed by Rebecca Taichman. It was extended through April 6, 2014. Copies of the play are available via Playwright's online store here.

ORLANDO was produced at The Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England in March 2014.

A Greek translation of EURYDICE was produced at the Poreia Theater in Athens, Greece in February 2014.

received its London premiere at the St. James Theatre by Peter Huntley in association with Theatre Royal Bath Productions November 13 through January 4, 2014.

WOOLF'S ORLANDO and CHEKHOV'S THREE SISTERS two renderings for the stage by Sarah Ruhl are now available for purchase by TCG.