Women and Gender Studies Program

Meghan Brodie

Assistant Professor of Theatre
Meghan Brodie


Russell Hall, Gorham Campus

Contact Information

Phone: 207-228-8205

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’ Airswimmingand Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice.  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: http://meghanbrodie.com

Courses Taught:

THE 101: Introduction to Theatre

THE 102: Acting for Non-Majors

THE 141-144: Theatre Workshop

THE 130-133: Musical 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 490: Independent Study

THE 491: Independent Project