Megan Orwig

"And the moment that I feel that you feel that way too, is when I fall in love with you." Megan sang "When I Fall in Love" at the February, 2002, Carleton College Mid-Winter Dance.
"When I give my heart, it will be completely." Megan made her first appearance with the Roseville Big Band at the February, 2000, Carleton College Mid-Winter Dance.

Megan is a student at Carleton College, majoring in theater arts and planning to graduate in 2002. She was a guest soloist with the Roseville Big Band at the Carleton College Mid-Winter Dances in 1999, 2000, and 2002.

She sings in Exit 69, Carleton's co-ed acapella group, and is a member of "Government Ewell," a campus blues band.

In the Fall of 2000, she developed and directed "The Short Eyes Project," a compilation of scenes and monologues about dealing with difference. She also performed a joint recital, featuring works by Schubert, Mozart, and Carleton student Jen Wang. The Wang selection was a motet of five love sonnets that were set to music by Pablo Neruda for voice, piano, and cello.

Her professional training includes attending the National Theater Institute in 2001 to study directing, acting, playwriting, and theater design.

Megan's future career plans include working in professional theater, singing professionally and, in her words, "waiting a whole lot of tables."