Originally from the wilds of the Pacific Northwest, MEGAN HILL is a New York based actor and writer. Recent and favorite credits include: The Jazzercise Play (which she also wrote); Lead Artist for Target Margin Gertrude Stein Labs; Trade Practices (HERE Arts); Ermyntrude and Esmerelda (Ars Nova, ANT Fest); The Subtle Body (Shanghai Dramatic Arts Center); Clybourne Park (Pittsburgh Public Theater); The House of Von Macrame (The Management/Bushwick Starr); The Bird and the Two Ton Weight (EST/Unfiltered Fest); Hand to God (Original Cast, World Premiere, EST); Cut (The Management); Robert Wilson's The Watermill Quintet (Implied Violence/ The Guggenheim Museum); Lonesome Winter (which she also co-wrote with Joshua Conkel); The Sluts of Sutton Drive (EST/Unfiltered Fest); Fissures at the Humana Festival (Actor’s Theatre of Louisville).
Megan has also worked with Soho Rep Lab, Primary Stages, The Lark, New Dramatists, Clubbed Thumb, New Georges, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Labyrinth Lab, Rising Phoenix Rep, San Francisco Playhouse, Studio 42, Target Margin, Incubator Arts Project, Stein/Holum, Dixon Place, Little Lord, The Arden, Intiman Theatre; Seattle Children’s Theater, Speeltheatre Holland, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Book-It Rep, among others.
Megan is also a company member of Ensemble Studio Theatre and Morgan Gould & Friends. Megan holds a BFA in Acting and Original Works from Cornish College of the Arts and an MFA from ART/MXAT IATT at Harvard University. Check out her web series ME+U at www.meplusu.tv.
She doesn’t live with cats and doesn’t like yours… or flash mobs.