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Meg Taintor

 

Meg Taintor is a theatre artist: director, producer, actor, teacher and community organizer. For nine years, Meg served as the Artistic Director for Whistler in the Dark Theatre, a small ensemble theatre. She is a co-founder of the Small Theatre Alliance of Boston, where she served as the inaugural President of the Board. An advocate for a strong community of local artists, Meg has also served on the Board at StageSource, the theatre service organization of Boston. For the past three years, Meg worked with ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage as part of the Programming and Engagement team.

She believes passionately in the necessity for strong communities of local artists supporting and challenging themselves to do better and more exciting work, creating interactive exchanges that help to realize the full potential of the arts in the life and character of their communities. She currently serves on the Town of Stonington's Economic Development Committee.

Attending My Own Wake
Essay

Attending My Own Wake

The End of an Ensemble

19 November 2014

Ensemble theatre artist and director Meg Taintor offers an overview of creating and running a small ensemble theatre company.

Friday Phone Call # 53
Podcast

Friday Phone Call # 53

ArtsEmerson's Creative Producers

21 March 2014

Listen to weekly podcasts hosted by David Dower as he interviews theater artists from around the country to highlight #newplay bright spots. This week: ArtsEmerson's Creative Producers.

Producing Connections at ArtsEmerson and Emerson College
Essay

Producing Connections at ArtsEmerson and Emerson College

19 March 2014

Meg Taintor shares insight on creating opportunities for college students to interact with professional theatremakers.

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Postcard from Boston’s Small and Fringe Theatres
Essay

Postcard from Boston’s Small and Fringe Theatres

22 October 2012

Meg Taintor discusses the formation of the Small Theatre Alliance of Boston, and how fringe Boston theatre has grown.

Ensemble Series
Series

Ensemble Series

A series featuring ensemble theatres speaking on their artistic work and organizational structures.