Megan Hasse grew up on a horse farm in Upperville, Virginia. Recent credits include “An Evening of Achievement” with Reba McEntire at The John F. Kennedy Center (featured vocalist; “This Is Me” and “I Have A Dream”) and Mamma Mia! (Sophie) at Shenandoah Music Theatre.

Megan trained at Montclair State University where she received a BFA in Musical Theatre. While in school, Megan worked professionally in upstate New York, with two seasons at the Mac-Haydn Theatre (Hope in Anything Goes - “Best Actress” BroadwayWorld nom; Gloria in Damn Yankees) and in the resident company at the Woodstock Playhouse (u/s Belle in Beauty and the Beast). Favorite MSU credits include Company (April), Triumph of Love (Princess Leonide), West Side Story (Velma; "Somewhere" Soloist), and HAIR (Tribe; "Hare Krishna" Soloist).

Megan is also an experienced cellist and has played in the pit at MSU (The Threepenny Opera; The Last Five Years), Mac-Haydn Theatre (Hello, Dolly!), and Off-Broadway (Romeo and Juliet at The Gym at Judson).

Her brother, Dan Hasse, is a NYC-based director/teacher. You can view his work HERE.

"The true standout in the show is Megan Hasse as Sophie. Her beautiful, strong and obviously polished voice is ready for any Broadway assignment."
- The Winchester Star

"Megan Hasse as Gloria Thorpe, the reporter, shines."
- Berkshire On Stage

"The big delight in the role of Gloria Thorpe is Megan Hasse who blows the audience away with her Merman-like vocalising"
- Berkshire Bright Focus

"When Hasse sings 'The Name of the Game' and 'I Have a Dream' her voice is blindingly beautiful, really carrying the melody of these numbers with grace."
- TheatreBloom

"Megan Hasse gives the often dullsville ingénue role of Hope verve and particularity."
 - The Columbia Paper