Meggie Greivell

Last updated

December 27, 2016


My name is Meggie Greivell, I am a freelance director.  I enjoy directing a wide range of genres, from Shakespeare, to new works, to children's plays.  I've worked with various theatre companies in the Twin Cities as a director, assistant director and teaching artist.  Some companies include, Theatre Unbound, Northern Starz Children's Theatre, Gadfly Theatre Productions,  Workhaus Collective, Pillsbury House Theatre and Theatre Pro Rata. I enjoy directing youth just as much as I do adults.  My favorite plays to direct are ones that have a direct impact on the community, that help to create change. 



The Bernice Project, The Phoenix Theater, Arts Nest, January 2017

The Further Adventures Of-Final Frontier Festival, Gadfly Theatre Productions, June 2016

Night at the Wax Museum, Northern Starz Theatre, May 2016

The Nutcracker, Northern Starz Theatre, December  2015

Don't Let Them See You Cry: The Remount, Freshwater Theatre Company, October 2014

Don't Let Them See You Cry, Minnesota Fringe 2014, Bahr None Productions

Tender Offer, Girl Shorts Festival, Theatre Unbound,  2014

Summertime, Charles Mee Festival, The Buoyant Group, 2012

Color Guardians, Theatre Unbound, 24 Hour Smackdown 2014

4th Quarter Net, Theatre Unbound, 24 Hour Smackdown 2013

LARPers (staged reading), Workhouse Theatre Company, Greenhouse Project 2014


Kill Me Don’t Go, Directed by Leah Cooper, Workhaus Collective

Girl Group, Directed by Rebecca Rizzio, Theatre Unbound

Elemeno Pea, Directed by Mark Valdez, Mixed Blood Theatre


44 Presidents for 44 Plays, Directed by Carin Bratlie, Theatre Pro Rata


New York City Dialect, Northern Starz Theatre, September 2016

The Wizard of Oz, Homeward Bound Theatre Company/Mahtomedi School District, August 2016

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Homeward Bound Theatre Company/Mahtomedi School District, July 2015

Acting 101 Teaching Artist, Northern Starz Theatre,  Summer 2015

Guest Artist Acting Instructor, Pillsbury House Theatre, Youth Summer Arts Camp, Summer 2014


B.A. Theatre Arts 2011, The University of Wisconsin-Parkside


Classical, Stanislavski Method, Shakespeare, Meisner Technique, Laban Technique, IPA Dialects, Linklater Vocal Training, Directing, Acting, Costume Design, Sound Design, Lighting Design, Set Design, Playwriting, Dramatic Literature Analysis and Theatre History

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