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Megan Cronin

Megan is our Administrative, Executive  & Participation Co-Ordinator and joined ETT in the summer of 2019.

Megan is a Playwright and Director. In 2019, Megan wrote and directed shows at The Young Vic, The Albany and The Tate Modern. Her Young Vic show ‘Carnation for a Song’  was nominated at BEAM 2020 & 2021. Megan trained at The University of Kent Director’s Masters Programme and has previously worked in Theatre Administration at The Old Vic.


Touring is important because…
Theatre is for everyone.

Which artist(s) do you most admire and why?
I worked at Shakespeare’s Globe when Emma Rice was Artistic Director and was always inspired by the quality of her work and the decency of her character.

If you were cast away on a desert island, which 5 plays would you take with you and why?
The Pitman Painters by Lee Hall – working class theatre at its best.
Girls and Boys by Dennis Kelly – I can’t think of a show that made more of an emotional impact on me.
Constellations by Nick Payne – it made me write my first play.
London Road by Alecky Blythe & Adam Cork – it made me work in documentary theatre.
Bent by Martin Sherman – a play about the human spirit which is unendingly interesting.