selected full-lengths

 

RAIN MEN OF MOTOWN

A down-and-out actress enlists her director/soulmate to visit the family of a deceased autistic boy she grew up with in Appalachia. 

Featured in Ensemble Studio Theatre/Youngblood's 2016 Bloodworks reading seres and in excerpt at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

 

DIDO OF IDAHO

An alcoholic musicologist competes with a former Miss Idaho for the love of a married English professor. 

Developed with support from New York Stage and Film

Official selection of Labyrinth Theater Company's Up Next Series 

Finalist for AracaWorks: Chicago 2016 

Workshopped for the 2015 EST/Youngblood Unfiltered Festival

Excerpt to be published in The Best Men's Stage Monologues of 2016 (Smith & Kraus) 

More on Dido of Idaho in this interview

 

SINGLES IN AGRICULTURE

A South Carolina army widow angles for romance with an Oklahoma fundamentalist at a dating convention for farmers. 

"In short, Singles in Agriculture is a triumph. Rosebrock and her collaborators achieve a sexy, startling, and ultimately uplifting piece of theater." (New York Theatre Review)

Finalist for the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference; recipient of a Drama League Rough Draft Residency; developed with support from IRT, Drama League, EST/Youngblood and more; selected for The Brick's 2015 Summer Festival (Theatre is Easy Best Bet) and the Dixon Place Works-in-Progress series

Multiple excerpts to be published in The Best Women's Stage Monologues of 2016 (Smith & Kraus) 

Press: NYTR, Maxamoo podcastTheatre is Easy (Best Bet), Eugene O'Neill finalist page, I Interview Playwrights with Adam Szymkowicz

 

DIFFERENT ANIMALS

A Lutheran woman agrees to a threesome with her husband and his unbalanced coworker. 

"Fantastic… Bright, hilarious, and filled with authentic drama and personality, Rosebrock gives us a unique tale of four South Carolinians as their romantic trials and tribulations lead them into adultery, blackmail, polygamy, and Olive Garden bathrooms… A brilliantly done modern study of marriage and the decline of monogomy that forces you to turn your own conventions inside out and reconsider the possibilities of love." (BlackBook)

Multiple excerpts published in 2014 best-of anthologies by Smith & Kraus and Applause Theatre & Cinema; series of excerpts published by Little Star

Press for Cherry Lane production (2013): New York Theatre ReviewBlackBookEdgeTheatre's Leiter Side

 

AND MANY MORE

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