R. N. Sandberg has been teaching playwriting, acting, and dramatic literature at Princeton since 1995. His plays have been presented in Canada, England, Japan, Panama and South Korea, as well as throughout the U.S. Can’t Believe It won a 2005 Bonderman National Playwriting award. The Trials of the Massachusetts Servants won the American Repertory Theatre’s 2006 Discovering Justice contest. A selection from In Between appears in Best Stage Scenes 2006, and in 2007 the Providence Black Repertory Company premiered his play Done. In 2008, he worked on The Judgment of Bett at the Kennedy Center’s New Visions/New Voices program and What Can’t Be Seen at the Provincetown Playhouse. This season, George Street Playhouse is premiering his IRL (in real life) and Dramatic Publishing will be bringing out his adaptation of The Odyssey. Other plays and musicals include A Woman of Means, Evenings In/Evenings Out, Martina: Lost and Found, Jarpteetza/The Firebird, Robinswood, This Land, Convivencia, Goodbye Dolly and adaptations of A Little Princess, Anne of Green Gables, The Body of Christopher Creed, Frankenstein and The Moonstone. Sandberg was a Princeton undergraduate, majoring in History with Certificates in American and African American Studies.