Sarah Saltwick is a playwright based in Austin, TX, a graduate of the Michener Center for Writers at UT Austin, and was a Jerome Fellow at the Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis. Sarah’s plays have been recently been produced or developed by Cleveland Playhouse, the Lark, the Vortex, Amphibian Stage Productions, Scriptworks, groundswell theatre company, Hyde Park Theater, Kitchen Dog Theater, the Icicle Creek Theater Festival, WildClaw Horror Theater, University of Texas at Austin, Weber State University, Barnyard Theater. Recent productions/workshops include Egress at Theatreworks, Salt Lake Acting Company, Amphibian Stage, Cleveland Playhouse; The Pleasure Trials at Dramashop, Moxie Theater, Amphibian Stage; Tender Rough Rough Tender at Northpark University in Chicago; and The Girl Who Became Legend at Zach Scott Theater in Austin. She is also a Co-Director of Holden & Arts Associates, a theatrical booking agency. She shares her home with her husband, musician and visual artist Toto Miranda, their daughter Beatrix, and their cat Lulu. You can find Sarah’s plays on the New Play Exchange.
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VORTEX Repertory Company will produce the world premiere of Sarah Saltwick’s A Perfect Robot (Jan. 19 - Feb. 11, 2017), about a robot companion. Rudy Ramirez will direct.