LM will be seen playing Babe in "Crimes of the Heart" at 2nd Story Theatre. Pulitzer Prize winning play and phenomenal cast. Don't miss it!
LM can be will be seen playing Scout in Living Literature's adaptation of "To Kill A Mockingbird" performing around New England
LM will be playing the feisty Betty in "Dangerous Corner" at 2nd Story Theatre. This existential murder mystery will keep you at the edge of your seat!
LM will help with (and participate a bit in) Paper Lantern's Company's reading of Steve Willis's "Oscar Wilde's Christmas Carol" This play is part of PLC's new play reading series-It's a funny, poignant and a rather raunchy tale.
LM will direct two plays in the REST IN PEACE play series written by Steve Willis at Bennett College, November 15-18, 2012. Taking place in a NC cemetery, these plays deal with life, death, love and healing. A funny, poignant and entertaining evening.

LM will be seen playing one of the plantiffs in the exhilerating new play "8" that is being performed across the nation. See here for more details! http://www.8theplay.com/readings/theatre-alliance-of-winston-salem/

LM's Bennett College directing debut goes up November 10-13 at the Little Theatre at BC. POOF!/TWO WOMEN & A CHAIR deal with domestic violence, identity issues and much more. Though the subject matter is heavy-there are many rather hysterical moments in both plays. It's a thought provoking evening.

LM's Triad directing debut goes up April 13-17th at Greensboro College.
"ALMOST, MAINE" a beautiful tragicomedy about the fictional town of Almost and the amazing things that happen at 9pm when the northern lights appear on one specific Friday night.

LM just closed a very successful run of "Letters from Leokadia" at the Upstage Cabaret at TRIAD STAGE!

LM was recently seen playing the sassy Dorothy Parker in a fantastic one woman piece "The Garter," at TTNC's Winter Gala. (Singing and Dancing the Charleston was also involved!)

LM was recently seen in "Catfish Moon" at the Open Space Cafe Theatre.
"Three Southern men spend a quiet day on a fishing pier until a woman arrives who is somehow connected to all three."

You guessed it-I play that above mentioned woman!

September 9-18th in Greensboro, NC

LM will next be seen with the Burning Coal Theatre Company in their production of "Oakwood: Generations"

Performing May 14-16th in Raleigh, NC


LM is currently working on two productions with the Touring Theatre Co. of NC! (one actively touring and the 2nd in rehearsals now). She's thrilled to announce that she can be seen(and heard) as the violinist at the fantastic Triad Stage (upstairs theatre) the end of April in the world premiere of "Letters from Leokadia." A true story of one woman's struggle to save a child during WWII.

LM had a blast rocking the stage in "A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, A Prayer" and "The Vagina Monologues" both by Eve Ensler and performed in rotating rep as a part of Greensboro's V-Day events. This yearly global theatre event is used as an awareness charity to stop violence against women and girls. Performing in March. Stay tuned for more info!

LM just completed a nearly sold out (and highly critically acclaimed) run of the fantastically fun (and history making)


Running November 20 - December 19, 2009
at the Metropolitan Playhouse in NYC

"An earnest lover, a poor but honest heroine,
a dastardly villain,
and a good man tied to the railroad tracks

The play that defined the genre...."


LM just completed a successful reading of Sandor Weiner's "The Killing Book" which will hopefully have it's first NYC production in 2010 (see News section)

LM is spent the spring touring Manhattan in a staged reading production of THE HEIRESS as a part of the NEA's "Big Read" project to promote Henry James's classic "Washington Square."

Here is their press release...

The Metropolitan Playhouse Presents: Ruth and Augustus Goetz's

This innovative theater company will perform a full-cast, creatively staged production of The Heiress, which has had two successful Broadway runs following its premiere in 1947 and was also made into a classic 1949 film. The Goetzes adapted this story from Washington Square.

Founded in 1993, the Metropolitan Playhouse explores America's theatrical heritage to illuminate contemporary American culture. The Playhouse produces early American plays, new plays drawn from American culture and history, and plays from around the world that resonate with the American canon. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Alex Roe since 2001, the company has grown into an institution recognized for both artistic excellence and cultural significance.

The Big Read is an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Arts Midwest. The program is designed to revitalize the role of literature in American culture and bring the transformative power of literature into the lives of its citizens. The Big Read brings together partners across the country to encourage citizens to read for pleasure and enlightenment.

This year's Big Read book is Washington Square by Henry James. The story focuses on heiress Catherine Sloper, whose domineering father thwarts her attempts at love and happiness with cad-about-town Morris Townsend. Critic Donald Hall proclaimed, "everybody likes Washington Square, even the denigrators of Henry James."

Through such events around the city as reading groups, lectures, walking tours, performances of The Heiress, and screenings of movies based on the works of Henry James, the Merc hopes to build a new audience for this emotionally subtle, yet universal novel.