Posts By: Shara Feit

A Whatsapp Epic from London

I arrived in London yesterday to begin a research project, and have been having a marvelous time exploring this vast, culturally vibrant, architecturally stunning city. I’ve been diving into seeing theatre: I saw Girl from the North Country at the Old Vic, Disco Pigs at Trafalgar Studios. Today, the saga of the £15 ticket for Angels in America Part 2:… Read more »

On Agency for Young Theatremakers and Self-Producing Plays

This summer, I was a grateful recipient of an Office of Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Grant (CTG) to produce my short play, Young Women of Valor in New York, at the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival (affectionately called OOB). This is, I imagine, an atypical sort of conference, and producing my OOB… Read more »

Hello!

My name is Shara Feit, and I am a playwright, actor, coffee-lover, essayist, and aspiring Yiddishist. This summer will be an adventure in multiple cities and continents, in playwriting, in the Yiddish language, in feminist theory and thought, in international theatre practice, and in all the books I read along the way. I will be… Read more »