The Binds We Maneuver 

THEM: a new play by Morgan Dean


Morgan is thrilled to announce she is an In-House Artist with Broad Views on Broadway!

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Morgan is a proud member of Ring of Keys, a network of queer women+, trans, and GNC professionals working in music theater. She also runs the RoK twitter account! Follow us on twitter and insta @ringofkeysorg !

In-House Artist: Broad Views on Broadway

Did you miss the presentation of THEM 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 THEM and to stay updated in the future!


Morgan is super excited to announce the NYC debut of a piece of poetry they have written. Her piece seesaw was performed as part of  FIRSTS presented by The Shrill Collective. All profits from the performance went to Everytown for gun control and safety. Morgan writes poetry regularly; if you are interested in seeing her work, contact her! 

What is Morgan up to?

Morgan presented more of her poetry, this time personally performing with the support of the Lemon and Ginger podcast. "The Binds We Maneuver" was a workshop performance presentation featuring performance art, film, spoken word, play and musical excerpts -- all pieces featured or highlighted the "binds" women-identifying humans get in and out of. 

Morgan Dean

Actor   Writer   Singer

Morgan made her Birdland debut on November 15th with the first Ring of Keys QUEERING THE STAGE concert. Morgan performed in Eamon Boylan's Séance from their original musical Soft Butter. 

7 O'Clock Spot:  presented by NMLTC 


Morgan's play THEM premiered as part of the Summer Fresh Festival on August 23rd. She is super proud of her SOLD OUT staged reading and can't wait to see where the play goes next! They are still accepting donations for future iterations. Thank you to all who came out in person, donated, and supported Morgan in this new chapter in life!  

Morgan, along with producer 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.