RUTH WOLFF (Playwright) is a native of Massachusetts who now lives in New York . Her plays include The Abdication (Bristol Old Vic, Eureka Theatre, worldwide), Sarah in America (Kennedy Center, Lilli Palmer, director: Sir Robert Helpmann), The Second Mrs. Wilson (Barter Theatre), Empress of China (Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Todi Festival, Italy), Joshua Slocum Sailing Alone Around the World (Rhode Island Shakespeare Theatre), George and Frederic (University of Utah), The Perfect Marriage (East Hampton Playwrights Theatre), The Golem (off-Broadway), Eleanore of Aquitaine, The Fall of Athens, Hallie, Folly Cove, Arabic Two, Still Life With Apples, Buffaloes, and her most recent play, Aviators. Her films include The Abdication (Warner Bros., Liv Ullmann, Peter Finch) and The Incredible Sarah (Glenda Jackson). Educated at Smith College and Yale University, Wolff is the recipient of a Rockefeller Foundation Playwriting Fellowship, is a Fellow of the MacDowell Colony, a member of the League of Professional Theatre Women, a member of The Dramatists Guild and the Writers Guild of America, West.

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