Megan is very excited to be performing in Climate Change Theatre Action presents Homo Sapiens on March 27th at the New York Society Library. The reading of Homo Sapiens by Chantal Bilodeau will be followed by a panel conversation with the playwright and guest scientists including Dr. Ana Luz Porzecanski, moderated by Amy Brady.

Come on out and let’s talk about Climate Change!

Come see Megan perform in a reading of Cicada by Nick Gandiello (The Blameless) at The Lark May 7th at 7:30pm. See the link below for more information:

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Megan and her classmates in the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program Class of 2018 are in full swing preparing for their upcoming Showcase.

Catch us in NYC at Playwright’s Horizons/ Peter J Sharp Theatre, Monday, April 30th at 1pm and 6:30pm and in LA at the Garry Marshall Theatre, Wednesday, June 6th at 1pm and 7pm. And check out our website:

Megan most recently appeared as Lady M in the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program’s Production of Macbeth directed by Taibi Magar.


“Megan Medley’s Lady Macbeth is passionate, seductive and capable, and to borrow from another work of Shakespeare, “though she be but little, she is fierce!” The highlight of Medley’s performance is when she feverishly struggles to wipe nonexistent blood from her hands.”


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Photo credit: Michelle Berki

In November, Megan had a wonderful and eye-opening experience understudying for the roles of Anne Frank and Miep in Cleveland Play House’s stunning production of The Diary of Anne Frank directed by Laura Kepley.


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Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni

It was an absolute romp and swashbuckling good time to dance, sing, and play with the wonderfully talented, hilarious, and kind ensemble of Shakespeare in Love at the Cleveland Play House directed by Laura Kepley.


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Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni

Sword play in the park with fellow actor Randy Merrill at Wade Oval Wednesdays to promote Cleveland Play House’s Shakespeare in Love video by Ryan Lucas.


At the New Ground Theatre Festival at Cleveland Play House, Megan played a lead in the world-premiere of These Mortal Hosts by Eric Coble (Broadway playwright, The Velocity of Autumn), directed by Laley Lippard.

Megan received a Superior Achievement Rising Star recognition from the Cleveland Critic’s Circle for her work in this piece. These Mortal Hosts also received Superior Achievement for Best Full-Production Premiere of a Script by a Local Writer.

“She is marvelously alive on page and stage; Medley shrewdly channels the jaded logorrhea of girls, so well-captured in Coble’s script”


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Photo Credit: Michelle Berki