“I’ve been lucky to work on projects ranging in size from fringe to a TYA tour (which involved performing barefoot) to A-House theatres. I have experienced gruelling shows where I’ve had to take the laundry home on the side of my bike at 1:00 am, and magical shows that you never want to end. Throughout all of those experiences, every time I thought this work couldn’t get stranger or harder, I have never stopped growing from, learning from, or loving this work. I’m so grateful to be part of the current landscape that is the wild west of theatre as we try and pivot to keep creation a part of everyone’s lives – even if that means doing the work from my couch.”
Meghan’s first love is stage management and selected credits include shows at The Shaw Festival, The Thousand Islands Playhouse, Canadian Stage, and Centaur Theatre. Meghan is a graduate of the National Theatre School & Queen's University.