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  • (1985) Audio recording: "Anne Of Green Gables".
  • (1998) "The Cherry Orchard" by Anton Checov at The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, MN
  • Portrayed Myra Arundel in Noel Coward's "Hay Fever" in Gravenhurst (July 2001) and (29 January/1 February 2003) at the Sanderson Centre, Brantford Ontario, Canada with the Followses. aka Hayfever director Ted Follows.
  • Playing the lead role Marlene in Caryl Churchill's Top Girls at Soulpepper (Toronto, ON, Canada), 26 June - 4 August 2007 director Aliza Palmer. Her companion (Stuart Hughes) and her mother (Dawn Greenhalgh) are performing with the same company but in different plays. Replays from 25 October - 22 November 2008.
  • The Incredible Journey (1997); Audio Book; Author: Sheila Burnford; Reader/Sole Performer: Megan Follows; Random House for Listening Library; YA161CD; 3 CDs lasting 3hrs. & 7 mins.; ISBN: 0-8072-1168-0
  • Lost Laysen Audio Cassette; Audiobook: Margaret Mitchel (Author)& Megan Follows (Reader); Publisher: AudioWorks (June 1, 1996); 192pp.;ISBN-10:0671570595; ISBN-13: 978-0671570590.
  • A Letter to Mary; Audio Cassette; Laurie R. King (Author) & Megan Follows (Narrator); Publisher: DH Audio (Jan 1997); ISBN-10:0788706497; ISBN-13: 978-0886464; ASIN:088646420X.
  • The Magic Circle; Abridged, Audiobook; Katherine Neville (Author) & Megan Follows (Reader); Publisher: Random House Audio CD (March 9, 1998); ISBN-10: 0553455966; ISBN-13: 978-0553455960.
  • A Beekeeper's Apprentice; Audio Cassette: 6 pages; Laurie R. King (Author) & Megan Follows (Narrator); Publisher: DH Audio (Jan 1996); ISBN-10:0886463882; ISBN-13:978-0886463885.
  • My Gal Sunday; Abridged, Audiobook; Mary Higgins Clark (Author) & Megan Follows (Reader); Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio (1996); Four sound cassettes, 4hrs & 30mins.; ISBN: 0671574205.
  • A Monstrous Regiment of Women; Abridged,Audiocassette; Laurie R. King (Author); Megan Follows (Narrator); DH Audio (Sept. 1995); ISBN-10: 0886463904; ISBN-13:978-0886463908.
  • Carmilla: A Vampyre Tale; Audiocassette, Audiobook, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (Author) & Megan Follows (Reader); Publisher: The Audio Partners, unabridged edition, Sept. 13, 2000; ISBN-10: 1572701706; ISBN-13: 978-1572701700.
  • Anne of the Island (Anne of Green Gables Novels, Abridged); Audiobook; L.M.Montgomery (Author) & Megan Follows (Reader); Listening Library, Mar. 1, 1990; ISBN-10: 0553452010; ISBN-13: 978-0553452013.
  • Anne of Green Gables Value Collection (Anne of Green Gables Novels, Abridged); Audiobook; L.M.Montgomery (Author) & Megan Follows (Reader); Publisher: Listening Library, abridged edition, Sept. 11, 2001; ISBN-10: 0807206466; ISBN-13: 978-0807206461.
  • Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables Novels, Abridged); Audiobook; L.M.Montgomery (Author) & Megan Follows (Reader); Publisher: Listening Library, abridged edition, Aug. 1, 1989; ISBN-10: 0553452002; ISBN-13: 978-0553452006.
  • Superdog: The Spirit of Thunder Rock (1982); Film; Actors: Ted Follows, Megan Follows, Dawn Greenhalgh; Director: Allan Eastman. Format: NTSC; 1 VHS tape; Studio: Glen-Warren Entertainment; Run Time: 61 minutes; ASIN: B000U1X4KC.
  • The Little Island (1989); Audiobook; Margaret Wise Brown (Author); Megan Follows (Reader); ISBN-10: 0590601040; ISBN-13: 978-0590601047.
  • Latest plays in 2008 at Soulpepper Theatre, Ontario are "Night Mother". (30 August - 13 October 2007) Appearing in Chekhov's "Three Sisters" at Young Center in Toronto. (August 2005) Starring in the four-person play Marsha Norman's "Fool For Love" as part of the Soulpepper Theatre's summer season at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. (10 June - 29 July 2006) She will appear in Soulpepper's production "The Real Thing" in Toronto.
  • (January 19, 2010 - February 21, 2010) Cloud 9 by Caryl Churchill as Ellen/Mrs. Sanders/Lin director Aliza Palmer at Panasonic Theatre in Toronto.
  • (17/28 January 1996) Seven Lears: The Pursuit of the Good by Howard Barker as Clarissa director Richard Rose, at the Harbourfront Centre's du Maurier Theatre Centre in Toronto
  • (1996) She Stoops to Conquer as Kate director Michael Bowtree at The Atlantic Theatre Festival in Wolfville, Nova Scotia
  • (1988) Les Liaisons dangereuses in Williamstown, Massachusetts for Williamstown Theatre Festival with Diane Wiest and Anne Archer as Cecile DeVolange director John Rubinstein
  • (1988) The Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon-Marigolds by Paul Zindel with her mother Dawn and her sister Samantha at Young People's Theatre in Toronto as Matilda director Peter Moss
  • (1996) Sheila Goes to War; Radio broadcast; Beverly Cooper (Author)
  • (2000) The Seagull as Nina at Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California director Jack O'Brien.
  • (1997, 1999) Uncle Vanya as Sonya at The Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles and at The Atlantic Theatre Festival in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
  • (1997) Othello as Desdemona at The Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and The National Arts Centre in Ottawa director Michael Langham.
  • (1996) A Doll's House as Nora at The Atlantic Theatre Festival in Wolfville, Nova Scotia and at Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • (1995) Amadeus as Constanze Weber in Stratford, Ontario ON for Stratford Festival director Richard Monette.
  • (1992-3) Romeo and Juliet as Juliet in Stratford, Ontario for Stratford Festival and in L.A. for Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival, director Richard Monette.
  • (1977) TV Commercial for Bell Canada.
  • She has written a TV series named "My Mother's House" with her sister Edwina and produced by Charles Lazer.
  • (January 8, 2011 - January 29, 2011) Stage play: This - playing Jane, at the Vancouver Playhouse, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • (January 10, 2012 - January 29, 2012) Stage play: The Penelopiad - playing Penelope, at Nightwood Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • (2008) "Afghanada" (radio read from CBC Radio), Season 3, Episodes 41 & 42; Original Airdate: (Episode 41) September 10 & 11, (Episode 42) September 17 & 18, 2008 as Kelly Crowder on Episode Title: "Man of Iron"; Written by: Emile Sher & Directed by: Gregory J. Sinclair.
  • (2014) Play "The Carousel" - As director

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