Megan Sherrod

Megan is an actor, improviser, teacher, and director. On stage, critics have called her “charming” and said her performances have a “vulnerability [that] is manifest and moving.” She is a member of the award-winning modern musical troupe Rook and a regular on the Hideout Theatre stage. She’s performed in such improv shows as the wildly popular Happily Ever After: Improvised Musicals Inspired by Disney Classics and the award-winning Nothing and Everything: Improvised Anton Chekhov Plays. When improvising, Megan enjoys connecting with audiences through the creation of varied characters – from playful and silly to grounded and vulnerable and everything in between. She has been teaching for the Hideout Theatre since 2017 and has over a decade of teaching experience. She has performed and taught both nationally and internationally. Megan’s improv specialties include: vulnerability, acting in improv, musical improv, stage presence, long-form narrative, space work, and intimacy. Outside of improv, Megan is a singer, voice teacher, theatre producer, and dog mom.