Meghan strives to make visceral and accessible theatre, created through a physical vocabulary: voracious movement, mask, physical comedy, circus arts, and storytelling. Her scope ranges from experimental and imagistic to silly, fun and educational.

Meghan wears many hats as a performer, director, playwright, project manager, graphic designer, educator, and collaborator.

From 2012 to 2014, Meghan served as on faculty at Dell'Arte International as Community Programs Manager and Development Coordinator. Meghan holds an MFA in Ensemble Based Physical Theatre from Dell'Arte International (2012) and graduated from the University of Massachusetts (2003) with a degree in Theatre for Social Change. She has given lectures at the UN, Emory University, and NYU and has been a student and performing artist with Double Edge Theatre of Massachusetts.

She is an ensemble member of Bond Street Theatre of New York City and Rangeelay Theatre Ensemble of India and has worked in the US, India, Afghanistan, Cuba, Mexico, Kosovo, Bosnia, Bulgaria.

In India in 2010, in collaboration with Pratik Motwani, she created the social outreach branch of Rangeelay Theatre Ensemble with One + One = Eleven, a performance and workshop series that reached thousands of street children. In 2008, in collaboration with Richard Newman of the Detroit based Hinterlands, Meghan initiated the Breaking Bread Performance Project, an ongoing collaboration between artists from Kosovo and the US. She recently toured the West Coast in the Dell'Arte Company's The Nutcaper.

Meghan has performed extensively with Bond Street Theatre, including programs in rural India and Afghanistan (in partnership with NGOs such as UNICEF), The Performing Artists for Balkan Peace, a theatre arts exchange with Balkan theatre groups, The Mechanical, Beyond the Mirror with Exile Theatre of Afghanistan, and Bond Street’s New York based Young Audience Program.