How do we move through trauma? One day a homeless teen shows up in the home of two grown sisters. They form an unexpected family as they seek answers on how to make sense of a series of plagues. This subversion of the Moses story marries contemporary world events with ancient truths, primal wisdom, and the magic of prophecy.
Meghann performs at Jefferson Market Library with the League of Professional Theatre Women as part of Julia’s Reading Room series in Fengar Gael’s play.
Meghann headed to Ithaca, NY to continue the development of Elizabeth Seldin’s film “Pattern Interrupt”. Meghann has been developing the role of Taylor in the film from it’s very first living room reading when it was a play…not a movie the to the barn at the Eugene O’Neill Center and now it’s lived in the wilds of Ithaca, NY. Stay tuned as the web of relationships, healing, and transitions leave these twenty somethings trapped in a Brooklyn apartment while a hurricane descends. The wealth of relationships in this story and deeply complex characters are beginning to shift from a feature into an episodic and Meghann is definitely along for the ride.