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Meghan Randolph (Director/Producer) is Music Theatre of Madison’s Founder and Executive Director, where she has overseen production on over 35 mainstage shows, a podcast, a children's book, a concept album, a film, and numerous concerts, readings, and, prior to 2018, outreach events. She also founded and oversees the New Musicals Cycle, of which Ten Days in a Madhouse is a part. Recent MTM directing credits include Indecent, Hephaestus, Murder Ballad, Little Miss Sunshine, A New Brain, Nine, Bonnie & Clyde, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, and numerous others since MTM’s inception in 2006. Meghan is also the Artistic Director of the Voices Theatre Project, which  presented a live virtual reading of The Pussy Grabber Plays from twenty different locations. The project raised $2000 for Madison’s Rape Crisis Center. The company also raised $1500 for the Wisconsin Innocence Project in 2017 with its production of The Exonerated and $1300 for Afghan refugee efforts in Madison and Milwaukee with White Rabbit, Red Rabbit. Also a performer, Meghan was recently seen as Miss Trunchbull in Matilda with CTM, Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd with Middleton Players, Charlene in Zombies from the Beyond with Skylight Music Theatre, Lizzie in Lizzie with MTM, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha with Four Seasons, a disgruntled statistician in Forward Theatre's Two Steps Forward monologue festival, and many more. In another life she tap-danced her way across North America as Jennyanydots and the Grizabella understudy on the National Tour of Cats. She holds a BFA in musical theatre from the University of Michigan and a MA in Arts Administration from Drexel University and is currently working toward a PhD in Arts Administration from the University of Kentucky. Meghan is a published writer on marketing lesser-known works of theatre and has spoken twice at the National Arts Marketing Conference through Americans for the Arts. Many thanks to all who have been part of this complicated but exciting endeavor. We will keep art alive no matter what it takes!

Resa Fuller (Stage Manager) is a freelance stage manager and lighting designer. Other recent credits include MTM's Ten Days in a Madhouse, as well as  Harvey (Assistant Stage Manager; Madison College), These Shining Lives (Assistant Stage Manager; Eastern Illinois University Theatre), CapitalQ Theatre Festival (Lighting Designer, StageQ Inc.), All in the Timing  (Lighting Designer, EIU Theatre), and A Grand Night for Singing (Co-Lighting Designer; Central Illinois Stage Company). Big thanks to Meghan and Kristen for bringing her aboard! Enjoy the show! 

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