Big & Dumb, perfectly good sketches ruined
Created and hosted by Heather Meyer and Meghan Wolff
Spet 12, 13, 14 7:30pm
Strike Theater
6 talented actors have memorizes comedy sketches and will attempt to perform them while the hosts spring wacky challenges on them.

Eat, Slay, Leave by Heather Meyer: Staged Reading
New Leaf Play Development Program
Directed by
Anna Crace
Oct 8th, 7pm Phoenix Theatre, Minneapolis
Heather was selected as a playwright for this three week intensive play development program. This campy horror comedy is a satire of self-care through the eyes of over 35 year old women.

Convent of Pleasure by Heather Meyer adapted from the 1668 play by Margaret Cavendish
Theatre Pro Rata
Directed by Nicole Marie Wilder
June 2020, The Crane Theatre, Minneapolis
The premiere of Heather’s adaptation of this 400 year old play about marriage, female utopia and satire.

Produced by Dangervision Productions

The Crane Theatre Aug 1-11 as part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival
Heather is writing and assistant directing this highly collaborative exploration of grief combing material from five playwrights, six actors, six filmmakers and one very talented director.

Cat Confidential: Stories from the Mothers of Cats
Theatre in the Round Aug 1-11 as part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival
A collection of personal storytelling and sketches written by Heather and the rest of the cast. It’s all about cats and how wonderful they are.

Kind of Funny But Also a Little Sad
Theatre in the Round Aug 1-11 as part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival

Heather directs this genre-creating two-person show created by Mike Fotis and Rita Boersma.


The Theatre of Public Policy
Spring, Summer and Fall seasons in Minneapolis and St.Paul
Corporate, Conference and Creative events happening all the time.
Using improv and comedy to unpack the “hard thinky stuff. “ Heather is a core company member for improv, and frequent host. She is also the head writer for scripted work.

Show X
Huge Improv Theater
Every Monday at 8pm
Heather is one of the cast members of what is called “The all-star show. The big guns. The heavy hitters – It’s the improv show at the end of the world: Show X!”

Proof Public Artist in Residence
Chosen as one of five text-based artist to translate writing ideas into letterpress prints. The work, “Resting Typeface” is on display in the gallery at Common Roots in Minneapolis.