Sarah Blush is a new york-based director and CREATOR OF NEW WORK.
Original projects include Sehnsucht (JACK), 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.
Currently assistant directing Illyria, written and directed by Richard Nelson, at The Public Theater.