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Director

As a director, Meridith’s credits include: BITE-SIZE, An Evening of Micro Theatre (Off-Center at The Denver Center Theater Company), MOVE, An evening of unique theatre, Under Construction by Charles Mee (Naropa University, MFA), Beowulf, A Thousand Years of Baggage by Jason Craig and Dave Malloy, There is A Happiness That Morning Is by Mickle Maher and FUTURA by Jordan Harrison (The Catamounts), A Christmas Carol by Patrick Barlow (Miners Alley Playhouse), Escanaba in Da Moonlight by Jeff Daniels and Paul Sills’ Story Theatre (Evergreen Players), Moulin Scrooge by Peter Gwinn (The Catamounts in collaboration with The Band of Toughs), One Act: a fully improvised play (Boulder International Fringe Festival), and Normal Heights in collaboration with Jim Walker and Gary Grundei.

Associate Member of the SDC

Projects in development

The Father Project: phase 1 workshop July 7th – Sept. 23 | Work-in-progress showing TBD

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Professional development

Accepted into the SDCF Observership Program – 2019/2020

Accepted into Anne Bogart’s Master Class for Directors – 2019

Recent projects

Directed an original piece for the Naropa University, MFA in Contemporary Theatre 1st year class:Move, An Evening of Unique Theatre

Conceived and directed Bite-Size, An Evening of Micro-theatre for Off-Center at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts

In the news…

Bite-Size, An Evening of Micro Theatre

The Westword, Juliet Wittman 2018 FEATURE

Grundei and Miller’s intention for Bite Size is to foster community, and in a sense the way sound bled from room to room was part of the charm of the evening: It created connection among these very different works and within the audience. Judging from the laughter, warmth and conversation that percolated through the entire evening, I’d say the producers have more than reached their goal. ENTIRE REVIEW

The Westword, Juliet Wittman 2018

BEOWULF, A Thousand Years of Baggage by Jason Craig, music by Dave Malloy

Director Meridith C. Grundei can take credit for the show’s precision, flow and eye appeal. REVIEW

The Wesword, Juliet Wittman 2017

Denver, Colorado 2017 Henry Awards: nominated 9 times including Best Direction of a Musical!

Colorado Drama by Bob Bows REVIEW

FUTURA by Jordan Harrison

The Westword, Juliet Wittman 2016 REVIEW

Get Boulder, Beki Pineda 2016 REVIEW

There is a Happiness That Morning Is by Mickle Maher

The Daily Camera *** Stars  REVIEW

The Boulder Weekly by Gary Zeidner  03/20/2014 REVIEW

Colorado Drama REVIEW 

Moulin Scrooge by Peter Gwinn

The Daily Camera 2012 REVIEW

The Westword 2014 REVIEW

Normal Heights by Jim Walker and Meridith Grundei

Directed by Meridith Grundei

Music written by Gary Grundei and Jim Walker

Musical direction by Gary Grundei

GSCENE REVIEW

INTERVIEWS

The Theatrical Mustang Podcast, September 25th, 2017 

Meet The Cast: DCPA’s FRANKENSTEIN, October 26th, 2016

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