Peggy Rubin

Peggy Rubin OSF
Peggy Rubin 1958 with the Oregon Shakespeare Company

Margaret Nash (Peggy) Rubin is founding director of the Center for Sacred Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. Primary activities of the Center include the creation of workshops in Living Life as Sacred Theatre, and Sacred Studies of the Divine Feminine. Since 1987 she has also been the principal teaching associate of Jean Houston, Ph.D., in Dr. Houston’s worldwide multicultural transformational work and in her schools of spiritual studies, as well as a member of the core faculty of the School for Social Artistry, an intensive leadership training program. Working with Jean Houston, Peggy Rubin has presented classes, workshops and trainings throughout the United States, and in Australia, New Zealand, England, Ireland, Sweden, Greece, Egypt, The Netherlands, India, West Africa, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Jamaica, and on behalf of the United Nations Development Programme, in Albania, St. Lucia, Barbados, Kenya, and the Philippines.

Acting roles, spanning 50 years and more:

“Peggy’s presence onstage is fierce and committed. She is determined to bring emotional truth to whatever role she has been assigned or on which she is working; she also has an all-too-rare charismatic, luminescent quality that makes her portrayals seem lit and guided from within.” 
–Paul Barnes, Founding Director of the Great River Shakespeare Festival

Please enjoy Mary Alice's Two-Part Interviewwith Peggy Rubin

To Be and How to Be:
Transforming Your Life through Sacred Theatre