Meg Sturiano

MEG STURIANO (Director) is a teacher and director. Some recent directing highlights include Joshua Conkel's I Wanna Destroy You for EST'sBloodworks '09, the world premier of Julia Brownell's Extraordinary Circumstances, Pia Wilson's End of the World for New Perspectives, and her own adaptation of The Love of Three Oranges. Meg is currently part of the Women's Work Lab at New Perspectives Theatre and is returning for her second year to direct in Manhattan Theatre Source's Estrogenius Festival. Additionally, her one act play One for More Options was recently produced at the Bedlam Theatre in Minneapolis. Meg studied theater at Connecticut College, the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, the Lee Strasberg Institute, and the Moscow Art Theatre School. She holds an MA in English Literature from Hunter College. Currently, Megteaches and directs at Hunter College High School in Manhattan and at Acting Manitou in Maine. For The Management she has assistant directed Dorothy Fortenberry's Caitlin and the Swan, directed Joe Tracz’s Song for a Future Generation and the first episode of Joshua Conkel’s soap opera, Sinking Hearts. From there, she went on to direct for their Salon Series. She is now proud to be considered Management Material.

Shows participated in:
Cut (2010 - 11) Director
Lonesome Winter (2010 - 11) Director
Song For A Future Generation (2009 - 10) Director