Meghan Brodie is Associate Professor of Theater, chair of the Department of Theater and Dance, and a faculty member in the Gender, Women's, & Sexuality Studies program at Ursinus College. Meghan teaches dramatic literature, theatre history, and dramaturgy and also works as a director, dramaturg, and playwright. Meghan directed the English-language world premiere of In the Underworld, a darkly comic operetta written by Germaine Tillion while in the Ravensbrück concentration camp during WWII. Other directing credits include work by dramatists such as Sarah Ruhl, Charlotte Jones, Diana Son, Emma Donoghue, Angela Carter, Holly Hughes, and Paula Vogel. Meghan has previously written about queer casting and feminist directing, co-edited two anthologies of performance pieces written by LGBTQ youth and allies, and partnered with the Remember the Women Institute on several projects about women, theatre, and the Holocaust. She is currently writing a play, Claude & Marcel, about queer surrealist artists and Resistance fighters Lucy Schwob and Suzanne Malherbe. Meghan holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University.