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ABOUT

In addition to being an award-winning audiobook narrator, Megan has been an actor in NYC with over 15 years of experience on stage, in film, and television.  She has been a proud member of Ensemble Studio Theatre since 2011. Favorite EST productions include Behind The Sheet, Mope, 52nd to Bowery, Year of the Rooster, Carry the Zero, Airborne, and Princes of Waco. Additional New York theater credits include Salty Part of the Animal (Sam French OOB Finalist), Westward Mutation (Hunter), As It is in Heaven (Cherry Lane), Wolves (59E59), Sine Wave Goodbye (Ontological-Hysterical), When Is A Clock (Blue Coyote Theater Group).  Television credits include “Person of Interest”, “Forever”, “Blue Bloods”, “Law & Order: SVU”, “Law & Order: CI”. The film The Beginning and the End, written and directed by Kristin Wheeler, was selected for the Short Film Corner at the Cannes International Film Festival.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theater from James Madison University and is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.

An artist's only concern is to shoot for some kind of perfection, and on his own terms, not anyone else's.

J.D. Salinger, Franny & Zooey

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financial times

"Megan Tusing...proves that not just little parts but little plays...can provide big opportunities. Delivering a monologue as she tumbles through space, Tusing gives a fierce, heartfelt performance."

broadway world

Megan Tusing as "Nina" is the jewel of the show...In an intimate and unmannered performance, Tusing's Nina is an innocent youth growing into her own skin, amidst all the wrinkles and sags of the changing world. But her story's no mere history; she is, with us, in immediate reality.

NY TIMES

Alex Herrald and Megan Tusing are utterly convincing...tongue-tied and hesitant on their way home from an encounter — to call it a date would be an overstatement — that held more than either of them realized.