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Meg Masterson

Meg Masterson Meg Masterson is a journalism student at Sacramento City College who is currently serving as Editor-in-Chief of Mainline magazine and Managing Editor of the student newspaper The Express. Her love of theater began early when she interviewed Lisa Vroman—who was playing Christine in The Phantom of the Opera in San Francisco at the time—at the age of 10. Meg has seen hundreds of productions in the intervening years, and performed in a few as well. She looks forward to launching a career in writing, editing, and the arts. Keep up-to-date with Meg at m3masterson.com.


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BWW Reviews: DOGFIGHT at Green Valley Theatre
April 27, 2015

Dogfight, playing now through May 17 at Green Valley Theatre Company, definitely fits into the 'Something Else' category of the company's slogan: Classics. Comedy. And Something Else.

BWW Reviews: 6th Street Playhouse's THE ADDAMS FAMILY
October 21, 2014

As for The Addams Family musical, the 6th Street Playhouse does the show justice. The production values are high - a live band, well-done lighting and sets, and great costumes - and the acting is very good.

BWW Reviews: B Street Theatre's THE FLYING MACHINE
October 21, 2014

The famed Wright brothers, inventors and aviation pioneers, come to the stage in a beautifully realized adaptation of The Flying Machine at B Street Theatre. The play is part of B Street's family series, and was well-received by both children and adults in the audience.

BWW Reviews: Sutter Street Theatre's EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL
October 21, 2014

The show itself is hilarious - extremely campy and entirely self-aware, with songs including "All of the Men in my Life Keep Getting Killed by Candarian Demons" and "Do the Necronomicon." Groan-worthy (but hilarious) puns pepper the script, and funny lyrics and musical devices keep the action rolling.

BWW Reviews: Ovation Stage's RED
September 24, 2014

I was inspired to take a closer look at the artists and books referenced in the play's dialogue. This fact alone tells me Red is good theater. Any show that makes me want to take action after seeing it is well worth the price of admission.

BWW Reviews: Davis Musical Theatre Company's SHREK THE MUSICAL
September 14, 2014

Given my initial feelings toward the show, I'm quite surprised to be telling you that Shrek is adorable, and well worth the time to see. The lyrics are clever, and the songs added to the show give the characters more depth. Shrek could be a good introduction to theater for young audiences. Kids who have seen the movie are already familiar with the story and characters, and the stage version is quite fun.

BWW Reviews: B Street Theatre's THE LADIES FOURSOME
September 7, 2014

Put four witty women on a golf course and watch them go. The straightforward plot of Norm Foster's The Ladies Foursome follows a quartet of ladies-three old friends, and one the others had never met before-as they play 18 holes and talk about their lives.

BWW Reviews: Runaway Stage Productions' BONNIE & CLYDE
September 7, 2014

The production is a good effort on Runaway's part, but Bonnie and Clyde's writing is not the best material to work with. The show leaves me questioning why we are retelling this story, especially in such a bland manner. If we are going to revive our folk heroes on stage, they deserve something with a little more spark than Wildhorn's formulaic treatment.

BWW Reviews: Green Valley Theatre Company's THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA
August 30, 2014

The Light in the Piazza is a beautiful evening of theater, with a great story, lovely singing, and excellent acting. Get your tickets while you can-they're selling fast-and this show is one you'll want to see.