Monthly Archives: March 2011

My show at the Pasadena Playhouse is almost sold out

…And I practically haven’t even told anybody yet! I’ve been told ticket sales (“sales” – tickets are free) are brisk because of the popularity of their Hothouse In The Playhouse new play development series, and not because hordes of Megan … Continue reading

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LA: Megan’s new solo show @ Pasadena Playhouse Mar 21-22

I’m workshopping my new solo show at the Pasadena Playhouse next week. I’m 60% sure the play will be called FLIGHT OF THE TURKEY, and it’s a comedy about feminism. (For reals.) So if you’re in the Los Angeles area, … Continue reading

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Walking The Wire Review: My shoes get a shout-out

You know your shoes are fabulous when they get their very own mention in the review. “…her shiny red shoes were to die for. I’ll remember those for a while.” So says Angie Toomsen at the Iowa Theatre Blog. She … Continue reading

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Walking The Wire: Opening night, and no injuries.

These are the shoes I’m wearing for the show. Awesome, right? Except every night it’s a gamble as to whether or not I’ll injure myself horribly in a misfired bout of my trademark spazzery. So you’ll be happy to know … Continue reading

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Press-Citizen: Quotes aplenty

Today’s Iowa City Press-Citizen has a nice lil’ article about Riverside Theatre’s Walking The Wire monologue festival, which opens tomorrow. In the article, there’s lots of quotes from me where I blather on about the magic of thee-ay-ter, so that’s … Continue reading

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