Inside ATC Artist: Cynthia Meier

Cynthia Meier

is Co-Founder and Managing/Associate Artistic Director of The Rogue Theatre in Tucson, for which she has directed or acted in over 80 plays. She has acted with Arizona Theatre Company, Borderlands Theatre, Arizona Repertory Theatre, and Michigan Repertory Theatre, and she has been nominated nine times for Arizona Daily Star Mac Best Actress Awards for Stevie in The Goat (winner), Solange in The Maids, Big Mama in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, A in Three Tall Women, Mrs. Alving in Ghosts, Anna Fierling in Mother Courage, Ma Joad in The Grapes of Wrath, Bolla in The Night Heron, and Mrs. Drudge in The Real Inspector Hound. Most recently, she played Mrs. Ogmore-Pritchard in The Rogue Theatre’s Under Milk Wood. She was also co-founder of Bloodhut Productions, a women’s theater company performing original monologues and comedy improvisation, which toured throughout the western United States and was published by St. Martin’s Press. Meier holds a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from the University of Arizona.