Sarah Ruhl’s play THE OLDEST BOY was read at leading regional theaters around the country as part of a national effort to raise relief funds for the victims of the disaster around the one year anniversary of the Nepal earthquake. The benefit raised over $10,000. Click here for more details.
Read Sarah's interview about the benefit in American Theatre Magazine: Instant Karma: How The Oldest Boy Is Paying Back Its Source.
Read Sarah's article in Howlround: "Is Theatre Helpful (or some things I learned from rehearsing The Oldest Boy).
THE OLDEST BOY is now available for purchase. Read Sarah's interview in the NY Times about what moves her most in literature.
Yale Repertory Theatre will debut SCENES FROM COURT LIFE directed by Mark Wing-Davey September 30 to October 22, 2016.
The Actors Theatre in Louisville, Kentucky produced FOR PETER PAN ON HER SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY, directed by Les Waters from March 8 to April 10, 2016.
Berkeley Rep also produced FOR PETER PAN ON HER SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY, directed by Les Waters from May 20 to July 3, 2016.
STAGE KISS was produced at the Geffen Playhouse, Directed by Bart DeLorenzo from April 5 to May 15, 2016.
Profile Theatre in Portland, Oregon dedicated their entire 2015 Season to Sarah's work.
The Women's Project produced the NY Premiere of DEAR ELIZABETH from October 26 to December 5. Directed by Kate Whoriskey performed with a rotating cast of the theater community's most brilliant and beloved performers.
In a recent episode of the podcast The Catapult, Sarah reads from her collection of essays 100 Essays I Don’t Have Time to Write: On Umbrellas and Sword Fights, Parades and Dogs, Fire Alarms, Children, and Theater. Click here to listen or download from iTunes.