Meghan Greeley is a writer, performer, and director from Corner Brook, NL. She holds a BFA in Theatre (Acting) from Sir Wilfred Grenfell College. Past playwriting credits include: The Cut of It (commissioned by White Rooster Theatre, premiered at the LSPU Hall in November 2019); The Blue Castle (commissioned by Rising Tide Theatre, premiered in 2018); Hunger (White Rooster, premiered in 2015 and remounted for a 2019 provincial tour), Jawbone (created through Nightwood Theatre’s Write From the Hip program, 2018; workshop production at the 2020 Shakeup Festival with Downstage Theatre Society in Calgary and premiere production with White Rooster Theatre scheduled for Fall 2021); China (created while in residence at Tarragon through its Playwrights Unit, 2017); Kingdom (White Rooster Theatre, 2012–2013; CONTRA, 2016), and the short play Brother, Brother (InspiraTO winner). Greeley is currently writing a play about queerness within monarchical power structures with the support of the City of St. John’s and ArtsNL. She is also co-writing a musical with frequent collaborator Mallory Fisher, commissioned by Rising Tide Theatre.