Joined 8 years ago from New Jersey
Megan Malfi has been in love with musical theatre ever since she was little and her older sister acted out the entirety of Jekyll and Hyde for her in their family room. She became obsessed with old Andrew Lloyd Webber VHS tapes with cheesy music videos for The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, and the like. She and her sisters soon graduated from the music videos to full shows, memorizing recorded performances of Cats, Les Miserables: 10th Anniversary, and others. The first Broadway show she saw live was Beauty and the Beast, and since then she’s seen The Lion King, Aida, The Little Mermaid, Guys and Dolls, Wicked, Rent, and Anything Goes.
Megan attended Rider University’s School of Fine and Performing Arts for Musical Theatre for two years. She had to leave when she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but she learned a lot during the two years she was there and has been looking for a way to pass on that information.
She has three cats. She loves sitcoms, chocolate, writing, and the Food Network.
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