How to Transcend a Happy Marriage (Tcg Edition)
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About the Author
Sarah Ruhl is a playwright, poet, and essayist. Her plays include the Pulitzer Prize finalists In the Next Room or the vibrator play (Tony Award nominee, Best Play) and The Clean House (Susan Smith Blackburn Prize), Dead Man's Cell Phone, For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday, Becky Nurse of Salem, and Eurydice. Her second book of essays, What My Phone Won't Teach Me and Other Essays (TCG), and her first book of poetry, 44 Poems for You (Copper Canyon Press), will be published in 2020. She is the recipient of a Whiting Award, a Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, and a MacArthur Fellowship.
"Sarah Ruhl is an inspiration and a hero."--Jonathan Safran Foer
"Another delicious romp by Sarah Ruhl. This time following the adventures of two happily married couples who are drawn into a sexual orgy by some mysterious strangers. Who are they anyway? Gods, mortals, or birds? And where are they? In their living room or a forest? These questions are raised with such wit and grace, the audience sprouts wings as well, ending the show with a blizzard of feathers and cheers."--Tina Howe, playwright "Coastal Disturbances, Birth and After Birth "
"Sarah Ruhl is wise, funny, brilliant, and wild--among our very best playwrights. 'Coming 'Round the Mountain' as a song will never be the same."--Rivka Galchen, professor, Columbia Univ. "author, Little Labors "