Meg is thrilled to join the Gamm Theatre in their new space in Warwick, RI in the U.S. premiere of The Night Watch. This WWII-era London drama by Sarah Waters, adapted by Hattie Naylor, runs January 17th-February 10th.
This month, Meg starts rehearsals for "Masks and the Monster" with The Other Voice Theater Company, putting over a year's worth of devising work and exploration together for a workshop production. Performances are at the Carriage House Theater in Hartford on November 30th and December 1st. Learn more about the piece here: http://www.the--othervoice.com/about.html
Meg will play Virginia in the staged reading of Hannah Simms' new play "Fat and Blood, or The Whole Varied Drama of Hysteria." This "queer Victorian-era burlesque musical" is one of three awesome new plays featured in HartBeat Ensemble's WTF! Women's Theatre Festival. Come check us out on May 4th!
Meg is excited to work with Playhouse on Park in West Hartford, reading the role of Camilla, a mysterious stranger in a surreal world, in "When Colossus Falls," a new play by Eugenie Carabatsos.
Meg is back in the bonnet, caroling around CT with the Connecticut Yuletide Carolers once again!
Meg is thrilled to honor Professor Gerald Moshell at his final concert at Trinity College. She'll be singing selections from "A Chorus Line," "Candide," a Bach cantata, and, thrillingly, the role of Dot in selections from "Sunday in the Park with George."
Meg is reading the role of Betty Dullfleet in Bertolt Brecht's eerily timely "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui," at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
Meg is learning so much from Rochelle Oliver in her scene study class at HB Studio.
Meg is reading the role of Marian, a controversial minister at a crossroads, in John Attanas' new play "Forgiveness."
Meg is back at Trinity College, for one day only! She is the featured soloist in the "American Musical Theater from the Heart of the 20th Century" concert, performing Monday April 3rd at 12:10pm in the Gruss Music Center along with fellow alums Katharine Lawlor and Christopher Houlihan, directed and accompanied by Gerald Moshell.
Meg is trolling ancient Yuletide carols all over Connecticut this holiday season with the Connecticut Yuletide Carolers! Check out this list of our public appearances: http://ctyuletide.com/appearances.pdf
Meg is reading the role of Elizabeth Lavenza in "Frankenstein" at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's "Something Wicked This Way Comes" event.
Meg is working with the wonderful HartBeat ensemble in Hartford, CT as a teaching artist.
Meg is back in NYC after a wonderful tour!
This month she was on set as Christine, a mother and wife confronting her unfaithful husband, in the short film "Innosense," directed by Matt Kravitsky and Paul Maloney.
Meg is playing Ann Deever in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" with Montana Rep, performing in Missoula, MT and on tour through March. Check out our itinerary to see if you can catch this beautiful play in a city near you!
Meg had a great time on set with the Travel Chanel's "Mysteries at the Museum" as Pearl Hart, the stagecoach robbing "Lady Bandit."
Meg is thrilled to join the cast of the Off-Broadway production of Punchdrunk's "Sleep No More," playing a Nurse and Victoria Cartwright.
After a few years apart, Meg is re-visiting the character of Helena in a reading of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" with The Montclair Shakespeare Series. It will be at the gorgeous Van Vleck House and Gardens in Montclair, NJ and accompanied by live music. Tickets are free, reservations required!
Meg is very excited to head back to the O'Neill Theater Center this month to perform in the 10th Annual Young Playwright's Festival.
Happy Birthday, Shakespeare! Meg is celebrating Will's 451st performing monologues in Bryant Park with The Drilling Company.
Meg has been named a recipient of the Singers Forum/AEA Scholarship program, administered by the EMGCollective, and can't wait to begin studying voice with Melanie Vaughan in April. Thank you EMG and AEA for this amazing opportunity!
Meg is learning so much in class with David Caparelliotis at One on One Studios - working on theater audition technique, monologues, and cold readings.
Meg modeled stunning Ben-Amun jewelry for their upcoming season's lookbook - check out the gallery for photos!
Meg is happy to be back in the Alexander studio with Lindsay Newitter.
Meg is singing at Lincoln Center! The Soharmoniums choir will be performing at Alice Tully Hall in a concert featuring the music of Gwyneth Walker on 11/29.
Meg has been cast as The Governess in an original adaptation of Henry James' "The Turn of the Screw" with Everyday Inferno Theatre Company. The production will perform at the historic Morris-Jumel Mansion in Manhattan October 16 - November 2. Meg feels so lucky to play with her love of ghost stories, Victorian lit, and historic homes all in one show! http://www.everydayinferno.com/TheTurnoftheScrew/
Meg is excited to be in Bob Krakower's Acting for the Camera class at One on One, and looking forward to using these new skills in her next on-camera role!
Meg is heading back to the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center for this year's Young Playwright's Festival, and will be putting her Irish accent to good use as the quirky, endearing Melanie in a staged reading of "Ben Loved Phoebe, Ben Hates Tea."
Meg is thrilled to have been accepted into Fiasco Theater's Free Training Initiative 2014 - a classical acting intensive generously offered by the inspiring and innovative company members of Fiasco.
Meg made her modeling debut this month, in Scottish fashion designer Iona Crawford's "Beauty and the Beasts" performance piece in Bryant Park, presented by Slow Luxury. Check back soon for photos!
Meg rang in the New Year by getting her AEA card and is now a proud member of Actors Equity!
Meg began Alexander classes with Lindsay Newitter.
Meg joined the Soharmoniums - a women's choir with a diverse and challenging repertoire. She is excited to be singing every week!
Meg is headed back to the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey to play the role of Gower in "Pericles," directed by Brian B. Crowe.
Meg is excited to be in the cast of the world premiere of A Most Dangerous Woman at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. This play explores the life and works of novelist George Eliot, and Meg will play 10 characters, including 9 women from Eliot's works.
Meg is ready for summer and heading back to MaineStage Shakespeare in Kennebunk, Maine for its third season of outdoor Shakespeare! This summer, Meg will play Beatrice in "Much Ado About Nothing" and Osric/Player King/Cornelius in "Hamlet." She will also be back at the helm as Director of Education working with the most fearless and fun kids ever - the ShakeSTARS! campers.
Meg plays Cynthia Burgess in "Money - A Musical Play for Cabaret" at Theatre Row! This is the 50th anniversary of this wacky, rarely produced musical, and Meg is having a blast singing and dancing with 3 talented guys.
Meg's childhood dreams are coming true - she is becoming a Berenstain Bear! Meg will play Mama Bear in "The Berenstain Bears LIVE! in Family Matters, the Musical" in their Off-Broadway production and on tour throughout the United States & Canada this Spring.