Sarah Blush is a new york-based director and CREATOR OF NEW WORK.
Original projects include Sehnsucht (The Habitat, The New York Society Library; Upcoming: JACK, Barn Arts residency) Power Couple (Ars Nova ANT Fest), My Favorite Character Was the Talking Vase (HERE), and Still Life With Apples (Dixon Place). Other directing credits: Adam Bock's I Wasn't Going To Tell Anybody and then I Told Everybody (NYU Graduate Acting, workshop); Swam Down Deep (Clubbed Thumb); Like (Atlantic Acting School); masha masha Natasha (FringeNYC); Yasmeen Imam Bashir's The Mirror in Staging the World: Examples From Egypt with Tina Benko (NYU Abu Dhabi Institute); and new plays for #serials at The Flea, TinyRhino, and Williamstown Theatre Festival. She regularly assistant directs off-Broadway and regionally with directors such as Mark Wing-Davey, Daniel Aukin, Rachel Chavkin, Young Jean Lee, and Lisa Peterson, among others. Sarah is a Julie Taymor World Theater Fellowship Semifinalist, a member of The Habitat's Directors Playground, and a New Georges Affiliated Artist. B.F.A. NYU.
Upcoming: developing Sehnsucht, a new absurdist work about nostalgia. Production at JACK in July; Barn Arts residency in October.