Press for The Delays

The Willamette Week Fertile Ground’s Highlights

“Accuardi’s play is both new and a masterpiece… It takes regret and satisfaction, pain and joy, and fuses them together to create a tapestry of spectacularly honest stories and characterizations.” – Bennett Campbell Ferguson, Willamette Week

Broadway World Life’s Layovers Become Permanent in THE DELAYS, at Theatre Vertigo

“It’s a moving, well-crafted play that shows how easy it is to get trapped… I enjoyed THE DELAYS immensely. Accuardi’s writing is sharp, and I love her decision to reveal the characters’ lives in reverse. Somehow, knowing the end makes the journey even more poignant.” – Krista Garver, Broadway World

Oregon ArtsWatch DramaWatch: Drammys for all

“It was heartening to see … Sara Jean Accuardi’s emotionally astute and smartly constructed THE DELAYS honored as Outstanding Original Script.” – Marty Hughley, Oregon ArtsWatch

The Oregonian 7 Portland Theater Shows That’ll Keep Off the Chill This Winter

The Willamette Week Productions We’re Most Excited About Through March 2019

Broadway World 10 Things to See at Fertile Ground 2019

Press for < 3

Short Documentary about the 2015 Seven Devils Playwrights Conference

Broadway World Seven Devils Playwrights Conference Announces 2015 Writers; Runs 6/8-20

Press for That Water Moment

The Oregonian JAW 2012 Wrap-Up 

“Most touching was Sara Jean Accuardi’s “That Water Moment,” which hinged on the balance of frustration and faith in the lives of young parents (played by Kerry Ryan and Isaac Lamb) struggling with the care of a developmentally disabled child.” –  Marty Hughley, The Oregonian

Press for Love Scenes

The Oregonian Fertile Ground Festival: Promising Productions

Press for Portrait of the Widow Kinski

The Oregonian Portland Center Stage’s JAW Festival gives playwrights– including Sara Jean Accuardi– an Act 1

Interview on KBOO

Broadway World July Brings a Wealth of Wide-Eyed Obsessives to Portland Center Stage’s JAW 2010

BLOGORRHEA JAW announces 2010 line-up

“This writer is fiercely talented…” – Mead Hunter