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Sarah Ruhl

Sarah Ruhl is a playwright, essayist and poet. She is a MacArthur "genius" award receipient, two time Pulitzer Prize finalist, and a Tony Award nominee. Her book of essays, 100 Essays I Don’t Have Time to Write, was published by FSG and named a notable book by The New York Times. Her book Letters from Max, co-authored with Max Ritvo and published by Milkweed Editions, was on the New Yorker's best poetry of the year list. Her plays include For Peter Pan on her 70th Birthday; How to Transcend a Happy Marriage; The Oldest Boy; Stage Kiss; Dear Elizabeth; In the Next Room, or the vibrator play; The Clean House; Passion Play; Dead Man’s Cell Phone; Melancholy Play; Eurydice; Orlando; Late: A Cowboy Song, and a translation of Three Sisters. Her plays have been produced on and off-Broadway, around the country, and internationally, where they've been translated into over fifteen languages. Originally from Chicago, Ms. Ruhl received her MFA from Brown University where she studied with Paula Vogel. She has received the Susan Smith Blackburn Award, the Whiting Award, the Lily Award, a PEN award for mid-career playwrights, the National Theater Conference's Person of the Year Award, and the Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award. She teaches at the Yale School of Drama, and she lives in Brooklyn with her family. You can read more about her work on www.SarahRuhlplaywright.com

   
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