Megan McCormick is a music educator, entertainer, composer, and administrator, known for her high energy performances on stage and in the classroom. Recent musical theater compositions and arrangements were included in such productions as, GNIT (dir. Peter Secrest), TWELFTH NIGHT (dir. Allison Benko), DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS (dir. Heather Nathans). A recent Summa Cum Laude graduate of Tufts University with a double major in Music and Community Health, Megan has continued her pursuit of the arts and education post-graduation as a teaching artist and administrative coordinator for the Metropolitan Opera Guild, a choral and voice instructor and administrative assistant for Tufts Community Music, and as the assistant director of Creative Arts Theater Camp. During her time at Tufts, Megan received such accolades for her work as the Etta and Henry Winoker Award for Outstanding Scholarly or Artistic Achievement, the Elizabeth Verveer Tischler Prize for Vocal Performance, and Highest Honors on her senior thesis. Besides her passion for education, composing, and performing, Megan is also an aspiring professional circus performer.