Meg Zervoulis is a versatile music director, arranger, educator, and pianist in the NYC/NJ area. Broadway: As music director: The Prom. As associate music director: West Side Story (upcoming), Mean Girls. As assistant conductor: Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812. As a keyboard/accordion sub and/or rehearsal pianist: American in Paris, Bandstand, Bright Star, Bronx Tale, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Finding Neverland, Matilda, and Something Rotten. Off-Broadway (Music Direction): The Visitor (Public Theatre, upcoming), Rated P...for Parenthood (Westside Theater, now in development with ABC Family), Chuckleball: Jailhouse Jocks (Snapple Center), Cagney (Westside Theatre, as sub conductor). Meg served as music coordinator/contractor for Merrily We Roll Along (Roundabout). Regional: A Christmas Story, Bandstand, Ever After, Elf, Mary Poppins, and Oliver! at Paper Mill Playhouse. Meg has served as the music director/arranger/orchestrator for Paper Mill's Summer Musical Theatre Conservatory annual concert, New Voices, for the past 9 years, after 3 additional years as staff accompanist.
Other Selected New Works: Buñuel (Public Theatre) by Stephen Sondheim, Jeannette (Eugene O’Neill Theatre Conference) by Ari Afsar, Kooman and Dimond’s Dani Girl in the ASCAP/Disney Workshop, OTHER WORLD by Hunter Bell, Jeff Bowen, and Ann McNamee, Stu for Silverton (NAMT 2014) by Peter Duchan and BREEDLOVE, TEETH (Sundance 2017) by Anna Jacobs and Michael Jackson, and Andrea Grody’s Strange Faces (directed by John Rando.) Other: She also helms Hotel Elefant, a chamber ensemble in NYC, and played keyboard for the Big Apple Circus. Meg has appeared around the country as a pianist/bandleader for Betsy Wolfe, Bryce Pinkham, Gavin Creel, and Will and Anthony Nunziata. She is also on the rosters of Sing for Hope, Sing for Your Seniors and Concerts in Motion (three wonderful service organizations through the arts). She has been the musical theatre accompanist for National YoungArts Week for the past three years, in collaboration with Broadway Inspirational Voices’ Michael McElroy. Meg is a proud member of the Lilly Power Network and Local 802 AFM.
For 2 years, Meg served as the music supervisor for Sheri Sanders’ ROCK THE PERFORMANCE enterprise, which provides top notch audition and performance resources for today's musical theatre actors. Other past residencies: Midtown Direct Rep, Mile Square Theatre, NJPAC, Pittsburgh CLO, Pittsburgh Ballet. Meg has served as music director at Kean and Montclair State Universities on a seasonal basis and was the collaborative pianist for the Multiple Woodwinds MM program at New Jersey City University under the supervision of Dr. Ed Joffe, Giuseppe Fusco, and Dave Noland. Education: Carnegie Mellon University - B.F.A. with University Honors, inaugural classes of the Goodspeed Opera House Musical Direction Intensive and the Marvin Hamlisch/ASCAP Broadway Conductors’ Program. Meg served as a music therapist and educator in the Hudson County public schools for 9 years and was a sacred music director for 13 years. Meg is devoted to studying and teaching music as it relates to those living with autism.
Meg is represented by Jonathan Mills at Paradigm Talent Agency.