This play chronicles the remarkable thirty-year friendship between two of the most celebrated and honored American poets of the 20th century: Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell. Dear Elizabeth is a lyrical portrait of two lives that unfold in letters.
World Premiere: By Sarah Ruhl, Directed by Les Waters
Set: Adam Rigg; Costumes: Maria Hooper; Lights: Russell Champa; Sound: Bray Poor
Performed at the Yale Repertory Theater, New Haven, Connecticut in December 2012, and at Berkeley Repertory Theater, California in May 2013