What's Happening?


"Your Alice" is BACK!


Megan will be taking the stage at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, reprising her role of Tweedle Dum in "Your Alice" by Billie Aken-Tyers. Tickets will be available soon for the run in May 2018.

Then it's off to Scotland — "Your Alice" will perform in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival August 2018.

What Else?

Megan recently completed Levels 1, 2 & 3 of the Film & Television Course at Terry Knickerbocker Studio, under the excellent instruction of Alberto Bonilla, Elizabeth Ingraham, and Rob Alicea. View our final showcase scene below.


Megan recently completed the Ophelia Theatre Group's 'Turning the Page' Season, featuring fresh retellings of classic tales all adapted by female writers. This ambitious season was featured in Playbill, and met with excellent reception!


Megan had the pleasure of originating two roles in the season.


Natalie in "Some Night" by Sarah Victoria Bennett


What fools these   mortals be!


Tweedle Dum in "Your Alice" by Billie Aken Tyers


Curiouser and Curiouser... 


 Although the season has ended, it's been whispered that both of these productions may have a future ahead - stay tuned!


Stupid F***ing Bird

Megan co-produced a highly successful staged reading of Stupid F***ing Bird by Aaron Posner, which had a great turn out at Shetler Studios' luxurious Penthouse 1. Megan was featured in the role of Nina.

The variety from Megan Magee as the various vendors was effortlessly hilarious. It brought out the quirkiness of Haven’s text and his best writing.
Michael Bradley Block, Theatre in the Now
Come Back by Neil Haven | The Arthur Seelen Theatre

Winter Break

Megan's newest short film project, "Winter Break" was showcased this December at the NY Cat Film Festival! Yes, it's a film festival where all of the movies center around cats.

Did all your dreams just come true?


String of Pearls

Megan directed a revival of "String of Pearls", a radiant drama by Michelle Lowe featuring an all female-cast and female driven crew. The project was produced by Ronnie Marmo at Theatre 68 in the Arthur Seelen Theatre.

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