About sapel2013

Susan B. Apel’s personal essays and creative nonfiction have appeared in Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Image Magazine, The Woven Tale Press, Dartmouth Medicine, The Vignette Review and the cultural journal, Rhizomes. Her latest writings have been published in the Fredericksburg Art and Literary Review, Literary Mama, and Persimmon Tree. She is an Art Correspondent for The Woven Tale Press and a regular blogger on the arts on the DailyUV.com. Her day job is as a professor of law at Vermont Law School and adjunct professor at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. She is known for her work in legal education, family law, women and the law, and reproductive technologies. Her scholarly work has appeared in numerous legal and interdisciplinary journals, reviews and anthologies, as well as in the Bioethics Forum of the Hastings Center. She currently lives in Lebanon, NH.

Disgraced. Final Week at Northern Stage

My review. You could talk about this play forever, and in fact, people are doing just that.




1776. Almost. Coming to the Briggs

I love the community coming together to present 1776. Here is my latest, complete with a sneak peek video made by Dartmouth students.




Judd Hirsch at the Dorset Theatre

I have loved Judd Hirsch since Taxi. See him in Vermont at the Dorset Theatre. Read about it in my latest blog post. (Oh, and Tyne Daly and brother Tim are headed to NYC)



Fast Forward: Women Artists at Kelley Stelling

Kelley Stelling is a new gallery in Manchester. Had a good time visiting there on Saturday. I recommend pairing it with a visit to the nearby Currier Museum. Here is the story:





Northern Stage Announces Winners of $1.25 Million Grant to Support Women

Only 20% of regional theater directors are women. Northern Stage, with funding from the Pussycat Foundation, is changing that. Here is a (roundabout) link to my piece for Boston’s The Arts Fuse.