Catch Megan in…
3 Short Plays
by Horton Foote
The Road to the Graveyard
The Dearest of Friends
Spring Dance (**featuring Megan Tusing)
SUNDAY, August 7th @ 2pm
SATURDAY, August 13th @ 2pm
SUNDAY, August 14th @ 2pm
HBTS, 209 Elka Park Rd.
Elka Park, NY 12427
ALL PERFORMANCES AT CARVER’S BARN OUTDOOR STAGE
in case of rain performances will be inside the barn.
Directions: turn right at the Elka Park Post Office, up Greenhill Road, to the first property on the left.
Suggested $10 Donation
Visit www.hortonbythestream.org/ for more information.
Come see Megan in a reading of…
Megan recently expanded her acting career into the world of voice over, specifically audiobooks. She has studied with the talented narrators Johnny Heller, Robin Miles and Andi Arndt and attended the 2016 Audio Publishers Association Conference in Chicago, IL on May 10th.
A new voice over page will be added to this website soon where you can listen to samples of Megan’s work. Until then please visit Megan’s Audio File Magazine Profile
Stay tuned for more updates…
by Paul Cameron Hardy
directed by RJ Tolan
“Mope”: /mōp/ (noun): The lowest-level male performer in the adult film industry. An anonymous stunt-penis. The guy in that porno you watched who was wearing sunglasses and socks. A dreamer. Example: “Trevor is a mope.”
This play contains nudity and extensive adult content
Featuring: J.Stephen Brantley, RJ Brown, Jr, Hollye Hudson†, Eric T. Miller†, Jennifer Tsay, and Megan Tusing
Production Stage Manager: Leah Montesinos | Sound Designer: Emily Auciello | Scenic Designer: Angelica Borrero-Fortier | Lighting Designer: John Salutz | Costume Designer: Audrey Nauman | Props Designer: Claire Rufiange
Mope runs one hour and twenty two minutes.
Wed, Mar 30 & Fri, Apr 1 @ 7pm
Sat, Apr 2 @ 2pm & 7pm
Ensemble Studio Theatre
549 W. 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
between 10th & 11th avenue
Near the 1 (50th street), & C, E (50th street) subway stations
Tickets: $20 General/$15 Seniors & Students
Come see Megan in…
FUSION Theatre Company Presents
STUPID FUCKING BIRD
by Aaron Posner
directed by Laurie Thomas
With a title that does not mince words, playwright Aaron Posner describes his play as a “sort of adaptation from THE SEAGULL by Anton Chekhov.” Like his muse Chekhov, Posner captures the wonderful exasperation and yearning of the new generation trying to find its way out of the traps of the old. His characters are of today and remind us as we lean in, meditate, eat flexitarian, do the paleo cave dance, and nurture our inner entrepreneur, we are as fragile and fatuous as our predecessors in our quest for the ultimate elixir, love. Mr. Posner’s play won the Charles MacArthur and Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding New Play and will be directed by FUSION co-founder Laurie Thomas. “I can only imagine Chekhov’s delight were he to see his play so wisely reinvented.” — Steven Leigh Morris, LA Weekly
January 28 – February 14, 2016
Check the CALENDAR for specific times
The Cell Theatre
700 1st St. NW
**February 14th ONLY
The KiMo Theatre
421 Central Ave. NW.
Tickets: $40 General/$35 Seniors & Students
**February 14th – PAY WHAT YOU WISH performance
Link HERE for tickets.