Short Bio: Rosalind Grush loves TV and recently won an Alfred P. Sloan Award for her hour-long pilot The Home Front. She used to run The Tank, a multi-disciplinary performance venue for emerging artists. While there, she produced 5 shows nominated for Drama Desk Awards (four in the Unique Theatrical Experience category) and 7 New York Times Critics’ Picks. In 2019, she was honored by the New York City Council for her contribution to the arts. She is a graduate of Columbia University and grew up in LA. Title #1: Animal Justice Project Type #1: TV - Half Hour Project Genre #1: Comedy Logline #1: When an ambitious, strictly by-the-books young woman gets a job working at the loosey-goosey federal Fish & Wildlife Service, she has to figure out how to get things done with a group of eccentric co-workers in a system that’s only as good as the people running it.
Title #2: The Goods Project Type #2: TV - Half Hour Project Genre #2: Comedy Logline #2: Two women who are best friends run a scrappy experimental theater; but when a major supporter pulls his donation, they start producing male strip shows for women to pay the bills.