Tag Archives: Sarah Ruhl

Views and Reviews: Suggestions for School

You know you’re out of practice blogging when you realize on Monday that you forgot to blog…on FRIDAY. ūüėģ¬† I’ll tell you what; the school year found me and I¬†am not as prepared¬†as I wanted to be!¬† Such is life. … Continue reading

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Writers Seek Employment (Suggestions Here)

In light of my last post (and because preparation for teaching this fall is eating up all my time), I’m relinquishing today’s post to dear writer friends who’ve also found ways to keep living, breathing, and eating in between their … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: BLOOD RELATIONS by Sharon Pollock

So right now I am in the middle of catching up on my Shakespeare (I am woefully under-read when it comes to Shakespeare…which is really sad since I produce Shakespeare in the Park annually), plus re-reading both The Glass Menagerie … Continue reading

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Plays for the Easter Weekend

There’s a project I’ve been working on for a while called Three Days that is about (as some of you may have guessed) the three days from Christ’s death to his resurrection.¬†We hear a lot about Day One – his … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday: See Sarah Ruhl and Frances McDormand – FREE!

I am WAY TOO BUSY.¬† You know how I know this?¬† Because there is a WICKED AWESOME opportunity in New York City that I HAVE TO MISS because there’s a rehearsal for Shakespeare in the Park and as the director … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: Paula Vogel’s HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE, Off-Broadway

Theatre heals the soul in a unique way. Yes, it offers the solace of distraction (I learned as¬†a college junior in¬†American Lit II that I am what they call an “escapist”) but it also has the power to translate the … Continue reading

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On Stage: An Interview with Juanita Rockwell

One of the most valuable things I did in the last three years was attend Wilkes University to earn my M.A. and MFA in Creative Writing.¬† And that’s not because I now have letters after my name; it’s because of … Continue reading

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