Shara Feit is a New York-based writer, performer, and dramaturg. She makes sad/funny work about messy, wild, virtuosic, women+ and queer folx of all ages. She believes in rooms of people laughing and crying together. She loves questions and question marks. 

Shara's plays have been or will be developed by Northwestern University's Department of Theatre, Young Playwrights Inc., G45 Productions, Williamstown Theatre Festival’s Professional Training Program, The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals, Rule of 7x7 at The Tank, Wyrd Sisters Productions, The Sewanee Writers' Conference (2019 Romulus Linney Scholar), Barn ArtsThe Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival (Two-time Top 30 Playwright), B Street Theater, Pipeline Theatre Company and Geva Theatre Center.

Shara's play little lives was a 2019 finalist for National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center and her play Ties received the 2017 Northwestern University Agnes Nixon Award. Shara was the 2018-2019 Roundtables and Casting Apprentice at The Lark, a 2020 BRIO Award Recipient from The Bronx Council on the Arts, and a winner of the 45th Annual Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play FestivalBA: Northwestern University.

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writer - dramaturg - performer