Meg Hamilton is a graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University Bachelor of Musical Theatre program and worked with renowned creatives such as Paul Sabey, Kris Stewart, Chris Horsey, Sue Rider, Kate Wilson, Melissa Agnew, Lewis Jones, Joseph Simon, Megan Shorey and Dominic Woodhead during this time.
Immediately after graduating, Meg was honoured to sing as the French soloist for Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra in their unique orchestral theatre piece “The White Mouse” (QPAC). Then followed the beginning of her close involvement with Matilda Award-winning production company, Little Match Productions. In 2018 she began work on their stunning opera for children, “The Owl & the Pussycat” and was set to join the 2020 Australian tour as Owl Understudy and Company Tour Manager (before COVID-19 postponement). However, eager to make the most of challenging times in 2020, Meg found immense joy working as a key creative and lead performer in Little Match’s first on-screen opera for children, “There Once Was A Puffin”.
In early 2020 Meg stepped into the world of immersive theatre, featuring in Brisbane Immersive Ensemble’s New Year’s Eve special event, “The Baedeker Speakeasy”, and later in the company’s hugely successful production of “The Midsummer Carnival” (Brisbane Powerhouse) where she played Titania. She also lent her voice to the jazz band for “Cluedo! The Interactive Experience” (Baedeker Wine Bar), transporting mystery lovers to the smooth and sultry 1930s.
In 2018 Meg wrote and performed her own cabaret production for the Brisbane Short+Sweet Festival (Brisbane Powerhouse) and toured with Perform! Education (Echelon Productions) to schools throughout Sydney and surrounds. She joined Perform! once more in 2019, this time touring throughout QLD. Later that year she joined the Women in Voice team as a producing mentee on their Matilda Award nominated production “Women of Woodstock” (Brisbane Powerhouse).
Meg is also a tutor for NIDA Open courses in Brisbane, a gym and aerobics instructor, and a proud member of MEAA.