Roger Rueff

Roger Rueff

Roger Rueff is an award-winning writer and playwright whose works have been translated into seven languages ​​and staged around the world. His comedy Hospitality Suite was premiered at the South Coast Repertory Theater in Costa Mesa (California) in 1992 and was subsequently brought to theaters in North America and Japan. In 2005 he started his Italian tour. From this comedy Rueff wrote the screenplay for the hugely popular film The Big Kahuna, starring Kevin Spacey and Danny DeVito, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September 1999 and was one of three films nominated for the 2000 Humanitas Award as an independent film. . The piece So Many Words was also honored at the South Coast Rep where it earned two awards from the L.A. Drama Critics Circle for "Best Writing" and "Best Comedy", following the world premiere in Los Angeles or in the Orange Counties also won the Ted Schmitt Award. Rueff was the lead writer of the Boys & Girls animated series of the European Union Health Program and is the author of the book Fifty Things I Want My Son to Know (Andrews-McMeel) and Discovering the Soul of Your Story (Transcend Press), method innovative approach to the creation and development of a story.