TEACHING ARTIST AND COACH

Megan is a teaching artist and also offers voice over coaching, and assistance with sides, scenes and monologues for the auditioning performing artist. We all spend a great deal of time and money to develop that creative talent...but when you get the email or phone call for that audition, you need the necessary prep time to book the job!

Do you want to know how to get started in voice-overs? Or do you need an outside perspective on whether your choices for a scene or monologue is working?

 Megan will help you define those choices and go into an audition room feeling confident and prepared!

 Coaching services include:

  • one-on-one meetings to work on voice-over copy, finesse sides, monologues or scenes
  • Assistance with Cover Letters, Resumes, Websites and Marketing tools 
  • Assistance with packaging for auditions, contrasting pieces and finding a monologue that suits your type!

 Contact Megan here for a free 30 minute consultation.

Please check out the organizations Megan works for below as a teaching artist and Coach!

 

Megan is a teaching artist with the West Side YMCA, classes include: Musical Theatre Kids Company Showcase (ages 6-9), Studio Production (ages 8-11), Jazz/Tap and Choreographer for Kids Company Production (ages 8-14). She also served as a Drama Specialist in Arts Camp and the Ballet teacher for Early Childhood Ballet (ages 3-5).      

 

 

 

Megan is a trainer with MOVE THIS WORLD, an organization devoted to using creative arts methods to foster Social and Emotional Learning in Communites. "Through our evidence-based curriculum rooted in theories and practice from positive psychology, creative arts therapy, and Theatre of the   Oppressed, Move This World harnesses the power of creativity to build trust, reduce fear and inspire change within communities. We build capacity for educators and school leaders to address the emotional wellbeing of themselves and their students in order to foster safe and supported learning environments." Megan leads exercises in mindfulness and uses creative arts exercises as an entry point to access the vulnerability and self-awareness we need to better our communities. Check out MOVE THIS WORLD here.

 

 

 

Megan is a teaching artist with Broadway Bound Kids, she has assisted first year theatre teachers in public schools implement a musical theatre/choreography curriculum through the Arthur Miller Grant at John Adams HS and Susan Wagner HS. Other dance residencies include: The School at Columbia, Avenues: A World School, and Brooklyn Friends. For more information on BBK check out their website here.

 

 

 

 

Megan has choreographed two productions for Riverdale Rising Stars located at the Riverdale YM-YWHA. She enjoyed choreographing ANNIE JR. and SHREK JR. which are full scale productions and a part of the Riverdale Junior Rising Stars Ages 7-11. For more info check out their site here.

 

 

 

  

RELATED EXPERIENCE

  • Served as an ACTING TEACHER at TWO different midtown Manhattan studios for Pre-Teens and Teens. Classes include On-Camera, Monologues, Cold Reads, Voice/Speech, Improv, Image/Marketing
  • Led a voice-over workshop GETTING STARTED IN VOICE OVERS AND HOME STUDIOS.
  • Led small group discussions based on the goal-setting program Magical Manifesters, created by Coach Erin Stutland
  • Directed A Disney Cabaret (Catholic University Centerstage)
  • Choreographed BEGGAR'S OPERA and THE PERFECT GAME (Hartke Theatre, CUA), DC Opera Company Opera Alterna's DIDO AND ANEAS, New Milford High School's Production of 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE and ROMEO AND JULIET: A ROCK 'N ROLL ADAPTATION
Megan MacPhee

"I have come to Megan for advice so many times about my career - whether it be headshots, song choice advice, or how to talk to agents.  I trust her knowledge of the business. She has never led me in the wrong direction with her advice and has a great deal of professional experience. I always feel confident in myself and my choices after I've spoken with her." Brittany Jeffery, Actor National Tour of TITANIC

"Megan was a constant joy to work with. She is a person of maturity and integrity, charm and humor, completely cooperative with colleagues and teachers alike. I can recommend her without reservation as one of the best I’ve taught. " - Dr. Eugene Galvin, Catholic University of America Voice Faculty

"Megan is passionate about her creative work with young people, an energetic and imaginative member of our teaching faculty, consistent, positive, caring, and devoted.  She is always looking to develop as a teacher and a member of our creative community; she accepts feedback openly and is thoughtful about integrating new ideas into her classes.  Megan is a true team player; she collaborates effectively with other teaching artists, communicates well with families, and is always willing to take on more challenges and special projects.  At the end of every program session in our Kids Company Showcase class, after the culminating performance, Megan and her co-teacher share some reflection on each student with the families.  In these beautiful offerings, her thoughtful reflection on each individual student truly highlights her strength and excellence as an educator."  - Amanda Selwyn, Director of Community Arts Dept. West Side YMCA