Megan Cooper as Juliet in  Romeo and Juliet          Independent Drama Society, 2010, Photo: Bethany Krevat  “ Megan Cooper gave us a sweet Juliet ,   willing even so to tell her parents bald faced lies in order to be with the young man with whom she has fallen deeply in love.  She was wonderfully girlish  as she considered with trepidation waking up from the sleeping potion in a tomb where her newly dead cousin and the bones of her ancestors lie.”           - Kay Bourne, The Edge  “To commend each outstanding performance would take pages. William Schuller’s unconventional Romeo was paralleled by  Megan Cooper’s inspired Juliet. […] Juliet appeared to be floating, as she transformed from a girl to a woman through her interchange with Romeo. ”                       - Boston Theatre Review  “ Megan Cooper stands out as a particularly empathetic and savvy Juliet…”                                                                         - Kelly Bedard, My Theatre

Megan Cooper as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet Independent Drama Society, 2010, Photo: Bethany Krevat

Megan Cooper gave us a sweet Juliet, willing even so to tell her parents bald faced lies in order to be with the young man with whom she has fallen deeply in love. She was wonderfully girlish as she considered with trepidation waking up from the sleeping potion in a tomb where her newly dead cousin and the bones of her ancestors lie.” - Kay Bourne, The Edge

“To commend each outstanding performance would take pages. William Schuller’s unconventional Romeo was paralleled by Megan Cooper’s inspired Juliet. […] Juliet appeared to be floating, as she transformed from a girl to a woman through her interchange with Romeo.” - Boston Theatre Review

Megan Cooper stands out as a particularly empathetic and savvy Juliet…” - Kelly Bedard, My Theatre

Megan Cooper as Emily Webb in  Our Town                                                                                                                                                                       Riverside Theatre Works, 2011  Megan’s performance is “ spot on and just lovely  […] had me crying at the beginning of the soda shop scene with the realistic, wholesome depiction of their childhood love growing up.  Ms. Cooper as Emily is naturally emotive and articulate, showing perfect casting to this perfect role. ”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      - Boston Theatre Review

Megan Cooper as Emily Webb in Our Town Riverside Theatre Works, 2011

Megan’s performance is “spot on and just lovely […] had me crying at the beginning of the soda shop scene with the realistic, wholesome depiction of their childhood love growing up. Ms. Cooper as Emily is naturally emotive and articulate, showing perfect casting to this perfect role.” - Boston Theatre Review