Meghan grew up on the eastern end of Long Island; surrounded by farmland, horse farms and the beautiful ocean. At the very young age of 2 1/2 Meghan was put into a tiny tots ballet and tap combo class by her mother. From that moment on; she never stopped dancing. At age five; her father a sports minded man decided to challenge Meghan athletically and put her on the soccer team. Meghan began posing in the goals and was bribed with Dunkin Donut munchkins by her coach to stop posing and catch the ball. That was Meghan's first and last day of soccer. It was that day, that Meghan's mother realized that Meghan belonged on the stage.

 

   Growing up in New York, Meghan studied all forms of dance at her local performing arts studio and was dancing competitively by the age 7. While competing, Meghan also trained classically and privately with a mentor from The Joffrey Ballet School. Meghan then began studying theatre at The Gateway Playhouse in Bellport, Long Island. She pursued her passion for performing and continued on her journey through the arts. Meghan attended Long Island University- C.W Post, where she graduated with a B.F.A in Musical Theatre in 2014.

 

   Following graduation, Meghan began her career at The Woodstock Playhouse where she was seen as Chava in Fiddler On The Roof, various roles/ Dance Captain in Oklahoma, Guys & Dolls, Pippin and Thea in Spring Awakening. She also spent time in the beautiful New Hampshire performing in All Shook Up, Singin In The Rain as Zelda Zanders and a featured dancer in A Christmas Carol at the iconic Palace Theatre. Meghan made her NYC Off- Broadway debut as Lexi in the world premiere of Peace, Love and Cupcakes The Musical. She was last recently seen as Belle in Disney's Beauty And The Beast. While auditioning in New York, you can find Meghan taking classes at The Broadway Dance Center and pounding the pavement; taking as many acting classes/ workshops as she can. Meghan continues to study with her vocal coach on a weekly basis. 

 

   

 

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