Morgan stars as Sam, a genderqueer person in their 20s and 30s, as they end various relationships throughout the play. Each scene features the ending of a new relationship with new woman--all played by the same actress. In-between each scene, we see a fragment that exists out of time. These fragments give us insight into Sam’s past. Slowly, we begin to understand why they continually self-sabotage and we begin to grapple with the nature of love, loss, and relationships. Click here for event info!
The Birthday Party, or Three People Who Are A Mess premiers at The Shrill Collective's 2nd Annual ShrillFest! "It's Cameron's birthday! They invite their old college roommate Sam, who accidentally reveals a huge secret Cameron's partner Jesse has been keeping. This queer comedy explores honesty, deception. and vulnerability and why queer millennials struggle to have healthy relationships." Directed by Anne Ciarlone.
Morgan, along with Ella Mora, produced an evening of music and information where all proceeds went to organizations working to help support families at the border (ACLU, KIND, LUPE, RAICES). The event raised over $800! If you would like to contribute, please click here to donate.
Morgan is a proud member of Ring of Keys, a network of queer women, trans, and GNC professionals working in music theater. They also run the RoK twitter and Instagram account! Follow us @ringofkeysorg!
The Birthday Party, or Three People Who Are A Mess is coming to Dixon Place! Directed by Sarah Kaidanow, The Birthday Party... is a part of Dixon Place's Inagural Femme Fest on February 25th at 7:30pm! For tickets, click here.
Did you miss the presentation of Thick Blood Thick Water at the Summer Fresh Festival? Stop by Pete's Candy Store at 7 for a reading of THEM. Thanks to No Man's Land Theatre Co for putting together this event! Click here to get more info on Thick Blood Thick Water and to stay updated in the future!
Morgan wrote FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT for The Bechdel Group's 24 Hour Challenge! FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT examined the intersection of queerness, blackness, whiteness, and Florida State University.
Morgan made their podcast debut with No Man's Land Theatre Co.'s podcast IdentTea, which features a LGBTQ+ and TGNC artists every Monday. The podcast focuses on what Identity means and how it affects the work we make! Check out Morgan's episode, "If You Can't Find It, Make It!"
Morgan is proud to announce their residency as an In-House Artist at Broad Views on Broadway! Click here to learn more!
THEM is now Thick Blood Thick Water! Thick Blood Thick Water will be coming to Molloy Studios on June 21st at 2pm and 7pm! Presented with Honey Dipped Productions, directed by Nikomeh Anderson. Click here for tickets!
Morgan was part of the original cast of Why Women Cry as part of the Estrogenius Festival, directed by Najah Muhammad. Why Women Cry tells stories and poems by and for womxn and people of all genders, sexualities, and colors for the cleansing of the eyes and soul.
A little over a year after writing the first draft of what would become TBTW, THICK BLOOD THICK WATER premiered Off-Off Broadway at The Tank September 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, and 21 at 7pm. Presented in conjunction with Honey Dipped Productions and Producer Juwan Alan Crawley. Directed by J. Mehr Kaur. Click here to donate! Click here for more details!