September 9, 2018

It is a good day indeed when Self Tape, the "short, pseudo-sequel" to Love Drunk Life's feature film, Happy Yummy Chicken (which is available on iTunes, Amazon, TubiTV and more), has been officially released! In the words of writer/director, Brandon Monokian, the film is "a satire that explores 5 different ways we put ourselves on tape, including podcasts, makeup tutorials, auditions, reaction videos and sex tapes." See whatever that could possibly mean when Megan reprises her role of the eccentric (an understatement) Mary Sue Harding by clicking here - or find Self Tape in the video section of this site!

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September 8, 2018

Hello, and welcome to the brand new website of Megan Greener! All the features should be relatively familiar to the previous version - with the exception of the added Teaching page!

The past several months have been busy, busy, busy:

Firstly, Megan has been honored with an NYIT award nomination for outstanding actress in a featured role, for her role as Dogberry in Hamlet Isn't Dead's production of Much Ado About Nothing. The nominations were officially announced on July 23rd, and the award ceremony will take place on September 24th. 

In early June, Megan filmed a hilarious, digital spot for Lone Mountain Wagyu Beef, which will be shared upon its social media release. 

In July, she also had the immense pleasure of spending a week in Jamaica, Vermont, filming Eden, a comedic pilot written and produced by husband & wife/filmmaker dynamo team, Sloan and Jessica Copeland. 

Megan will also be reuniting with some of her favorite collaborators, Anna Loyd Bradshaw (Lily, Happy Yummy Chicken), Brandon Monokian (Happy Yummy Chicken, Self Tape), and David Andrew Laws (Hamlet Isn't Dead), for the Rule of 7x7  festival at the Tank Theatre, which will take place later this month, on September 28th and 29th at 7pm. Official description: "7 plays, 7 writers, 7 rules...RULE OF is an ongoing series that premieres 7 brand-new 10 minute plays by 7 different writers. For each show, every playwright comes up with one rule, then the 7 playwrights create new plays using all 7 rules." Their assigned piece will be written by Charlotte Lang.