A dirge and a rallying cry, all in one. Rich, thick, deeply-wrought. Funny but not comedic, dour but not tragic. Silence, but a song. It's a treatise, a manifesto and a new kind of constitution. ”
Maggie Lou Rader:
18 Sep. 2020
I love Megan's voice. I saw a show of hers at Cincy Fringe a few years ago and then saw the production of FEAST with Know Theatre during Covid. I love her knotty and poetic text. It's visceral and active and challenging and... well... quite tasty! What a challenge for an actor and tech team. I love stories of female rage, and this is that. This script is smart and demands your complicity. It's unapologeticly female and human. ”
27 Aug. 2020
A dense, gorgeous play vibrating with rage, grief and, most radically, hope. "Feast" raises contemporary political issues to the level of myth, without ever losing sight of the immediate consequences of what is discussed. A stellar, stellar play. ”
1 Apr. 2020
What a delightful act of meditation on the root source of human action and the evolution of societal norms. A bold play that proves that victor's claim the story:
"They call me a heartless monster
Do not make the mistake of thinking I have no heart!"
This piece is ripe with rich imagery, down to the note to "eagle-eyed theatre producers." And it is deep in its movement of the soul as our speaker's "heart discovers new places to break and dissolve."
A fantastically feminist call to action and a tribute to mothers everywhere. ”