Artistic monogamy is a restraint Margaret cannot accept. This website is a compilation of some of the things she enjoys exploring.
Most recently, she played Richard III in Richard III for Lost and Found Productions. Also, in the Denver area, she played the title role in Victor/Victoria at Theatre of Lafayette, Mrs. Gloop in Willy Wonka and Adele in The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow at Vintage Theatre Productions where she is currently on the Board of Directors.
As an actor in Washington DC and New York City, she played Puck & Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Wallis Simpson in The Duchess, AKA Wallis Simpson, Stephano and Gonzalo in The Tempest, Alice in Orchidelirium, Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol, and Mother in God’s Comic at LaMama.
Margaret began her theatrical directing career with a reading of Dakota C. Hill’s The Spare Room at Vintage Theatre and a staged reading of Monica Prince’s How to Exterminate the Black Woman at the Women’s Voices Festival. She recently directed The Language Archive for Vintage Theatre Productions. She is living in hope that she will be able to direct Agatha Christie’s Toward Zero at Firehouse Theatre when the crisis of the pandemic in America has passed.
She taught post-production, editing, and acting at Colorado Film School after producing/writing/editing and staring in the movie “independence”, and she co-authored the textbook Sanity in Acting with colleague Galina Boulgakova.
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