August 2017 — Mel was a guest on the Mormon News Report podcast, discussing Third Wheel, The Edible Complex, and her love for all things Wonder Woman.
March/April/May 2017 — Mel was invited to be the featured writer for the 2017 spring quarter at the LDS women’s journal Segullah. Read her interview, and check out excerpts from Little Happy Secrets , Pilot Program, and Sweetheart Come.
September 2016 — Mel did an interview with Megan Crivello of the Utah Theatre Bloggers discussing The Edible Complex.
April 2015 — Mel, director Jerry Rapier, and cast members April Fossen, Mark Fossen, and Susanna Florence Risser met with Doug Fabrizio on KUER’s RadioWest to discuss Pilot Program.
April 2015 — Mel was the featured guest in Episode 170 of the podcast The Cultural Hall.
April 2015 — Mel was interviewed by LDS.net about her play Pilot Program.
April 2015 — Together with director Garrett Batty, Mel recently did an interview discussing Freetown with BYU’s newspaper, The Universe.
April 2015 — Mel chatted with Megan Crivello of the Utah Theatre Bloggers about Pilot Program.
October 2014 — Mel was the guest on the inaugural episode of the Mormon Artist podcast. She and host Katherine Morris discussed Freetown and Pilot Program.
September 2014 — Mel was interviewed about her work and current projects this weekend for the Rational Faiths podcast. You can hear the interview here.
July 2014 — Mel directed Into the Woods at the Echo Theatre in Provo July 18-August 23, 2014. A dress rehearsal was the subject of a photo essay in the Daily Herald; Mel was also interviewed about the show by the Herald here.
March 2014 — Mel was a guest on BYU Radio’s Morning Show March 26th to chat for a few minutes about Pride and Prejudice. Listen to the episode here; starts at around 39:00 minutes in. UPDATE: Mel’s segment on the Morning Show was featured as “the Best of the Week” on the following Saturday.
February 2014 — Mel was recently interviewed by BYU dramaturg Anne Flinders for the Theatre & Media Arts department’s dramaturgy blog “4th Wall” regarding the adaptation process for Pride and Prejudice.