Lover of Humanity - Fan of the Underdog - Purveyor of Fine Ordinary Moments

An award-winning multidisciplinary performer and creator, Margaret has extensive training and experience on stage, including over 300 performances as Titania in the Off-Broadway hit Fools in Love, The Musical and two Equity National tours playing Karin in the musical Church Basement Ladies. She’s captured attention on screen starring as the grief-stricken Lily in the family drama Starfish, the cutthroat Attorney Andrews in the action film Diamond Ruff, and as the pesky friend Susan Baker in the newly released streaming comedy Merry Good Enough. She's appeared in national and regional commercials, including Carnival Cruises, Spike TV, Jello Mousse and Cuisinart. Favorite directing credits include directing, co-writing and -producing the one-woman short play “An Evening with Eva: Waiting for Adolf”, starring Maxine Muster, as well as directing the US premiere of Brian Eley’s "Some Things are Just Too Big for Numbers" starring actress Nina Lainville. Up next, with On the Nose Productions, Curry is co-creating an original web series with producing partners Burke Adams and Lindy Rogers. As a vocalist, she has performed in major venues and is the recipient of a 2024 Bistro Award as "Outstanding Vocalist," the Andy Anselmo Achievement Award and a Joyce Dutka Foundation for the Arts Grant. She’s currently completing her first album, including arrangements by Gregory Toroian, Rick Jensen, Mike Renzi, Tedd Firth and Sean Harkness. Margaret’s second solo cabaret show, The Space In-Between, successfully debuted last year and will return on April 6th and May 4th, 2024.

It’s Margaret's mission to collaborate deeply and bravely to create stories that inspire, entertain, educate, elicit and evoke. To give voice to the voiceless and help the invisible to be seen. To wake people up so that they may embrace their lives to live life more fully and authentically.