Department of Theatre

Meghan Brodie Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Theatre


51 College Avenue, Gorham Campus

Contact Information

Phone: 207-228-8205

Dr. Meghan Brodie will be on leave during the 2015-2016 academic year.


Dr. Meghan Brodie is an Assistant Professor of Theatre and a faculty member in the Women and Gender Studies program at the University of Southern Maine.  She teaches dramatic literature, theatre history, text analysis, and acting and also works as a director, playwright, and dramaturg.  She has recently directed productions of Charlotte Jones’ Airswimming, Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice, and Virginia Woolf's Orlando.  Her scholarly work addresses intersections of theatre and feminist, gender, and sexuality studies.  Meghan holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University.  For more information on Meghan Brodie, please visit

Courses Taught:

THE 101: Introduction to Theatre

THE 102: Acting for Non-Majors

THE 130-133: Musical Theatre Workshop

THE 141-144: Theatre Workshop

THE 150: Text Analysis

THE 351: Dramatic Literature & Theatre History I, Origins-1500

THE 353: Dramatic Literature & Theatre History III, 1800-Present

THE 360: Butches, Bitches, & Buggers: An Exploration of Modern Queer Drama

THE 451: Topics in Dramatic Literature & Theatre History

THE 480: Adaptation: Text/Theatricality

THE 490: Independent Study

THE 491: Independent Project

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Change the way you think about yourself as an actor, and a human.

Expand your physical expressivity. Connect your body to the creative impulse.

Led by Warren Memorial Visiting Artist Dana Wieluns Legawiec, this is a rare opportunity to train in, create and perform original works of Mask Theatre.

THE 299: Mask Acting Intensive

Fridays, 11am-1:30pm

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