MEG STURIANO is a native New Yorker, high school theater teacher, and director. Some directing highlights include: Crystal Skillman’s Cut, for which she wrote the foreword in the Samuel French edition (The Management); Larry Kunofsky’s Your Boyfriend May Be Imaginary (The Management); Joshua Conkel and Megan Hill’s Lonesome Winter (The Management); Joe Tracz’s Song for a Future Generation (The Management); Julia Brownell's Extraordinary Circumstances (World Premier, Trevor Project Benefit); and most recently, the new musical The Average Achievers (with Benji Goldsmith and Jonathan Karpinos). She’s directed for EST’s Asking for Trouble and Bloodworks Series, New York Madness, and Dixon Place’s Hot! Festival. Meg was a member of The Management Theater Company from 2009-2015. She is a Fellow at the Academy for Teachers and has organized and been the lead teacher on master classes by Oskar Eustis, Jerry Zaks, and Stephen Sondheim. She thrives on working with intrepid young theater artists at Hunter College High School on such projects as the annual Shakespeare production, the highlight of her teaching year; the new works program Brick Prison Playhouse, for which she pairs professional NYC playwriting mentors with gifted student writers; and the theater outing class Theater in New York, which culminates in the T.I.N.Y. Awards each June. And she enjoys a creative home base with Amy, Josh, and Megan at DODO. Meg has one titanium hip, two black cats, and lives in Brooklyn.