Megan Patsel is a writer, artist and performer based in Brooklyn, New York.

Originally from Corte Madera, California (outside of San Francisco) Megan grew up certain that she was a witch and had a frighteningly good knowledge of where the “occult” section was in the library. She was the lead in several school plays and voted “Most Likely to Be Famous” in middle school but would never brag about either. With aspirations of being an actress, she graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles with a degree in theatre, and a minor in Studio Arts. In 2014 she moved to New York City, and got involved in comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.

She’s a co-founder of the comedy video group Spanky Productions and writing credits include the short film Mary Beth’s Sex Tape (2017), series Good Sets (2016), and staff writer for the live Livia Scott Sketch Program (2015) at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.

As a performer, Megan takes a unique spin on storytelling through music, dance and art.

Contact: patsel.megan@gmail.com

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