M Sloth Levine (they/them/theirs) is a playwright, director, and designer in Brooklyn, NY. Their plays are sour gummy worms, sharp and sticky sweet. They write for gothic dollhouses, for costume trunks full of rubber masks and elastic tutus. These plays are made of velvet, petrified wood, slime, celluloid, gold leaf, weed, gelatin, and citric acid.
Sloth's plays have been developed at Roundabout Theater Company, Company One, Sparkhaven Theatre, Central Square Theatre, Tufts University, University of Massachusetts Amherst, University of Wisconsin Madison, and Parity Productions as the 2021 Parity Development Award winner. Sloth has recently served as the Script Supervisor on Andrew Lloyd Webber's Bad Cinderella. They're a member of The Fled Collective, which workshopped their gothic epic The Castle of Ghoul Hammond and How It Fell Into The Void in 2022. They've been a member of Company One's VoltLab and PlayLab writer's groups and in 2020 their live web-series Tales from Camp Strangewood was produced with a grant from the Mayor's Office of Boston. They graduated from Emerson College with a BA in Theatre Studies: Directing & Playwriting.