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I’m a big lover of storytelling, human connection, movement,
silliness, and cats. I love making art in New York City or wherever else is calling to me. Get in touch! I’m like, really friendly.


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It Came From Beyond

Megan had the pleasure of performing as Private Jayne Benson in the 1950’s Sci-Fi Musical, “It Came From Beyond” at St. Luke’s Theatre from October, 2018 to May of 2019.

She looks forward to rejoining the cast for select performances after the show relocates to The Actor’s Temple.


Eleanor & Alice

After a successful staged reading at TADA!, this delightful show has received funding for a full staging at the Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center at the FDR Museum in Hyde Park, summer of 2019.

Megan is happily reprising her role as Young Alice Roosevelt.


Who Mourns the Uncommanded?

Megan led the Red Shirts to quasi-victory in this Star Trek inspired short film by new production team Hoff Kilter. 

The film was screened at The Museum of Moving Image after being nominated for Best Costumes/Makeup through the Sparrow Film Project. 

Watch the Film »



BFF was back again for another industry staged reading, and Megan has the privilege of directing this witty and creative black comedy by
Zoe Nelms.

BFF was nominated for Best Play and Best Director at Winterfest 2019, and soon hopes to play at an Off-Broadway Theatre near you. »


Your Alice

After a highly successful Off-Broadway run at BAM, Megan rejoined the cast and crew of
“Your Alice” across the pond for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival ‘18 , reprising her role as Tweedle Dum.


The Reviews are In!

“... a real knack for comedy, as clearly indicated in her performance in “It Came From Beyond.” She reminds me of Lucille Ball in her days of “I Love Lucy.” I guess I am showing my age, but comedy is ageless.”

— Ronald Levine, Theatre Friendly
It Came From Beyond | St. Luke's Theatre


“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