Meghan is a creator person based in Hollywood. Her award winning plays have been produced across the country, most recently Bonnie’s Future Sisters, of which she also directed, ran in LA and was published with Original Works Publishing. Bonnie’s Future Sisters won Best Playwriting at the New York International Fringe Festival and was called “intoxicatingly poignant” — one reviewer even compared to it Tracey Letts’ August Osage County!! The play was recommended by both Playbill and Variety Magazine and a monologue from it is featured in the Smith & Kraus 2016 Anthology: Best Women’s Stage Monologues. Bonnie’s Future Sisters was also a finalist in the stage play division of The New York Screenplay Contest.
As a screenwriter, Meghan has developed TV pilots and screenplays for companies throughout Los Angeles on topics ranging from the life of Mary Pickford, to the last abortion clinic in Mississippi, to relationships gone south and a lot of other stuff of which she’s signed NDA’s for but hopes you one day get to see. Meghan specializes in working with producers to bring their vision to the page, while still injecting some of her signature sass. She enjoys immersing herself in everything from comedy to musicals to biographical projects. Her first play, The Kitchen Sink, was adapted into the film Cheesecake Casserole starring Torrey DeVitto (Pretty Little Liars) and is available on amazon and iTunes. Meghan has also worked as a script consultant for a number of companies including internet sensation, Mitu Network. Meghan’s work has been recommended by or featured in Artswire Magazine, TheaterMania, Broadway World, Time Out NY, The Village Voice and LA Weekly.
Meghan is also one half of the comedy band, Identity Crush. Winners of Best Live Performance at the LA Comedy Festival, their original mini musical Casual Lover/Sex Robot debuted at the Comedy Central Stage. They’ve been featured on TruTv, Funny or Die and recently completed a mini tour through wine country in Sonoma California.
TV producing credits include Comedy Central’s The High Court, HBO’s Topless, and several upcoming projects for Netflix, TBS, and National Geographic.
Meghan is a member of the Dramatists Guild and The Producer’s Guild of America.