Heather Meyer is a playwright, humor writer and improvisor. Her work has been seen on Reductress.com, The Belladonna Comedy, The Cooper Review, Emphasis, The Brave New Workshop and stages across the country. She is also a writer for the animated children' show, Uma and Devan: Namaste.
Frequent themes in her work are unsuspecting historical subjects, the modern west, corporate environments, women’s issues, wordplay and her formative years in her home state of North Dakota which was before oil was discovered there, so it wasn't famous for anything other than Louis L'Amour and 1995 number one MLB draft pick Darin Erstad (I went to high school with his lower draft pick brother).
Heather has been artist-in-residence at the Akumal Artist Residency in Akumal, Mexico, National Winter Playwrights Retreat in Creede, CO and Proof Public in Minneapolis, MN.
She is the creator of the annual sketch comedy game show, Women's History Month: The Historical Comedybration (with fabulous prizes). She made the short film Zombie Sweater out of spite.
You can frequently finding her improvising throughout the Twin Cities. She's a company member with the Theater of Public Policy and a founding member of the TC Playwrights Cabal. She's studied at The Second City, Brave New Workshop and has an MFA in Playwriting. She teaches comedy writing and improv in Minneapolis and is completing her MA in Sustainable Design at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
She likes baking terrible things as Cooking Heather and worm composting.