Director of Development
Meghan Long is a theatre producer and arts administrator with a background in non-profit development and fundraising, and a passion for new play development. Her recent producing credits include The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs: The Musical by Timothy Guillot at the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival - the first musical adaptation of Mike Daisey’s controversial monologue.
She has previously collaborated with The Inkwell in Washington, DC as a Partner-in-Ink and seasoned dramaturg. Her dramaturgical credits include: Clarence Coo's Beautiful Province (Belle Provence), which was presented at the 2011 Bay Area Playwrights Festival and Henry Murray's Monkey Adored (98% Human), which received a premiere production at Los Angeles' Rogue Machine in September 2011.
Meghan has also worked administratively in many D.C.-area theaters, including Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre and Round House Theatre. In New York, she has held internship positions at The Lark Play Development Center, Theatre Communications Group, The Whitney Museum, and En Garde Arts working with executive producer, Anne Hamburger.
She was a 2013-2014 Alumni Fellow in the Dean’s office and was the past president of the Interdisciplinary Arts Council, Columbia School of the Arts official, representative student council. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from The George Washington University and a Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Management and Producing from Columbia University’s School of the Arts. Meghan currently works at the grants coordinator at The Shubert Foundation. She is also found supporting all things awesome in New York as a NYC Chapter Trustee of the Awesome Foundation.