Meghan Roche is a sound designer, theatre artist, and MFA student currently located in Irvine, CA.
Before moving to Irvine for graduate school in the Fall of 2019, her design work was seen on stage at a wide variety of Seattle theatres, including Seattle Public, Intiman, Theatre Schmeater, Seattle Shakespeare Company, upstart crow collective, Wooden O, ACT/ACTLab, Taproot Theatre Company, Sandbox Radio, Macha Theatre Works, Book-It Rep, West of Lenin, and Town Hall Seattle, among others. She is (currently) the youngest recipient of Theatre Puget Sound's Gregory Award for Outstanding Sound/Music Design for her co-design with Robertson Witmer on Seattle Shakespeare Company and upstart crow collective's Richard III, which also received the award for Best Sound Design from the Seattle Theatre Writers' Gypsy Lee Rose awards and BroadwayWorld Seattle's Critic's Choice awards.
During her time in Seattle, when she wasn't designing, she worked as a freelance audio engineer & as Seattle Shakespeare Company's Associate Production manager. She is also an Early Career member of TSDCA and USITT, and continues to hold an active permit card for IATSE Local 15 (Western Washington).
She holds a BA in Theatre with Honors from Seattle University, and is currently working to receive an MFA in Sound Design from the University of California, Irvine, with a projected completion date of June 2022.