playwright, Director, Designer
M Sloth Levine (they/them/theirs) is a transgender theatremaker who writes, directs, and designs in Brooklyn, NY. The Castle of Ghoul Hammond and How It Fell Into the Void has been developed by Sparkhaven Theatre/Central Square Theatre. Nosferatu, The Vampyr was produced by Sparkhaven Theatre, but fell victim to the pandemic in March 2020 before reviving on Zoom with thanks to HowlRound Theatre Commons and Homesick Play Project. Sloth co-created and lead the writers room on Tales from Camp Strangewood, a virtual campfire anthology that streamed over the summer of 2020 with a grant from the Mayor’s Office of Boston. The Interrobangers has been developed by University of Massachusetts Amherst, Company One, and the Trans Theatre Project. The Interrobangers will be produced by Tufts University in December 2022. …Wrath of the Swampy Thing… premiered at the JP Porch Fest in collaboration with Open Theatre Project in Boston, MA. Sloth is the proud Manager of Production and Manufacturing for All Of Us Crayons. They are a Company One Play Lab Unit alum. They have been awarded the Annual Parity Commission for 2021 by Parity Productions, developing their play At Hotel MacGuffin. In 2016 they received a BA in Theatre Studies: Directing & Playwriting from Emerson College.