For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday will perform at People's Light in Pennsylvania from April 10 - May 12, 2019.
Composer Matthew Aucoin partners with Sarah for a new opera of her play Eurydice presented at LA Opera in February 2020.
Eurydice the opera will then perform at the Metropolitan Opera in their 2021-22 Season.
LETTERS FROM MAX: A book of friendship, co-authored by Sarah Ruhl and Max Ritvo is
now available for purchase.
Upcoming Book Readings
- Saturday, March 23 at 11:00am - Washington Depot Library in CT
- Saturday, March 30 - Sunday, March 31 - Augustana College in Rock Island, IL
“Moving and erudite . . . devastating and lyrical . . . Ruhl draws a comparison between their correspondence and that between poets Robert Lowell and Elizabeth Bishop, and indeed, with the depth and intelligence displayed, one feels in the presence of literary titans.”-Publishers Weekly
“Immediate comparisons will be made to Rainer Maria Rilke’s Letters to a Young Artist . . . this book is a nuanced look at the evolution of an incredible talent facing mortality and the mentor, never condescending, who recognizes his gift. Their infectious letters shine with a love of words and beauty.”-The Observer
An Introvert’s Guide to Friendship: What my student taught me about one of life’s most important relationships in the NY Times
The Porous Fabric Between Life and Death: Sarah Ruhl Interviewed by Elizabeth Metzger in Bomb Magazine
The New Yorker: The Poetry I Was Grateful For in 2018
Dear Elizabeth was produced at the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill, London from January 17 to February 14, 2019.
Sarah's play Eurydice was listed as one of The 25 Best American Plays since 'Angels in America' by the NY Times.
Read Sarah's recent New York Times article: The Trump-Less Kennedy Center Honors
Sarah's poems “Summer, Rhode Island,” “Miscarriage,” and “I Wanted Music” have been published in Narrative Magazine.
Sarah is the recipient of this year’s Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award. Sarah's speech can be read here.