Meghan Luckey Biography

Meghan Luckey
Meghan Luckey

Meghan was bitten by the acting bug at age 10 when she appeared as Gretl in a production of The Sound of Music. Since then, she has appeared on stage and behind the scenes of over 45 productions, both musicals and straight plays. Some of her favorite shows that she’s participated in include Annie, The Odd Couple (Female version), The Diary of Anne Frank, South Pacific, Into the Woods, Fiddler on the Roof, West Side Story, Hello, Dolly!, Barnum, Chess, Children of Eden, Pride and Prejudice, and The Importance of Being Earnest, just to name a few. Although she has worked at many venues, Meghan considers the Chatham Community Players her home base. Originally from Madison, Meghan now resides in Lake Hiawatha and works as an event planner in Union. Many thanks go to all of her family and friends who have made her dreams come true every time she steps onto a stage.

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Recent Performances
Production/Role WhereOpening Night
Crazy for You ......Polly Baker Barn Theatre 11/18/2005
Pirates of Penzance ......Edith Barn Theatre 5/20/2005
Side Show ......Violet Hilton Barn Theatre 11/13/2004
Beau Jest ......Sarah Goodman Stony Hill Players 3/5/2004
Noises Off ......Poopy Norton-taylor Villagers Theatre 9/12/2003
Ragtime: The Musical ......Ensemble Barn Theatre 5/16/2003
Children of a Lesser God ......Lydia Alliance Repertory 11/1/2002
Blood Brothers ......Linda Chatham Players 5/3/2002
The Importance of Being Earnest ......Cecily Cardew Villagers Theatre 1/11/2002
Pride & Prejudice ......Catherine Bennet Chatham Players 3/2/2001
All My Sons ......Lydia Lubey Chatham Players 10/20/2000
Children of Eden ......Soloist Storyteller Villagers Theatre 7/28/2000
Chess ......Ensemble Chatham Players 5/4/2000
Recent Production Credits
Production/Credit WhereOpening Night
Rumours ...... Stage Managed Chatham Players 2/28/2003
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