Megan Haratine


As an actor in the metroplex, other recent credits include a Somebody in Stage West’s production of Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins and Lady Capulet/Capulet in Romeo & Juliet at Bass Hall as part of Stage West’s educational program. Her latest project has been as director for Theatre Arlington’s August run of Brighton Beach Memoirs by Neil Simon. She has her MFA in Acting from the University of Delaware’s Professional Theatre Training Program and is in her 9th year as an adjunct professor and director at TCC Southeast Campus. Megan was awarded national recognition from Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival in 2017 for Distinguished Direction of a New Work and now serves as Vice Chair of Texas for KCACTF. Having worked at both Utah & Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festivals, one of her past favorite roles was Gwendolen in Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest where her actual husband, Richie Haratine, practiced proposing to her repeatedly onstage because, as stated in the play, “Men often propose for practice. I know my brother Gerald does. All my girlfriends tell me so.”


May 03 - 26


Abigail Killeen & Rose Courtney

Megan Haratine - Martine
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Past Productions

C33: Oscar Wilde in Prison (Ensemble), Babette’s Feast (Martine)