Meckler has directed a production of I.D.. She was a member of London-based collective the Freehold Theatre Company (1969–73), where she eventually became director. The group employed devising methodology to create work, and were the first company to receive the John Whiting Award for 'new and distinctive development in dramatic writing', traditionally given to playwrights.
In 2001, Meckler directed a production of Helen Edmundson's The Mill on the Floss at the Ambassadors Theatre. In 2008, she directed a production of Edmundson's War and Peace at Hampstead Theatre.
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