Sharyn Rothstein's plays include All The Days and The Invested, Queen Bee (Ars Nova Out Loud reading), March (workshopped at the Bay Area Playwright's Festival and a finalist for the Yale Drama Series Competition), Camp Monster (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Neglect (Ensemble Studio Theatre), For Abigail Who Drowns Men (New Georges workshop) and A Good Farmer (3Graces Theatre Co.), among others. Her work has been workshopped and produced around the country, as well as internationally.
One of the inaugural writers selected for the Manhattan Theatre Club/ Ars Nova Writer’s Room, Rothstein is also an alum of the 2011-2012 Ars Nova Play Group, as well as Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Youngblood. She is a recipient of an EST/Sloan commission for a full-length play, and is a current member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre. Several of Rothstein’s short plays have been published in anthologies by Smith & Kraus and Playscripts. Her drama The Invested will be published in "New Playwrights: The Best Plays of 2013" by Smith & Kraus. Her short play Relationtrip was the winner of the 2006 Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival.In addition to playwriting, Rothstein is currently working on an hour-long drama pilot for Bravo. She holds an MFA in dramatic writing from NYU and a Masters in Public Health from Hunter College, with a concentration in Urban Health. She holds a BA in Sociology from Vassar College.