Meg Phillips Crespy is an award-winning theatre artist. Her play "Mostly
Sweet" was selected as part of the NYC Cherry Lane Theatre's "Tongues" series in
2013 , and she won the 2018 Missouri Stories International Screenwriting
Fellowship with a TV pilot she wrote based on the play. As a composer, she won
the 2017 Jackie White National Children's Playwriting Contest.
In addition to numerous plays and musicals -- most recently "Lady Parts: a Song Cycle" -- Meg has
authored a book and a web screenplay. She has been
commissioned by the University of Missouri theatre department to compose
incidental music and by regional theatres to write original plays and musicals for
production. Stage credits include roles in more than fifty full-length plays, including
Diana in "Next to Normal," Anne Sullivan in "The Miracle Worker" and the
Baker's Wife in "Into the Woods."
Meg has a degree in English and has trained
in Meisner Technique. She also studied voice for eight years and has sung with
several a capella Sweet Adeline quartets, medaling twice at regional