writer. actor. model.


seesaw​ (and Morgan's poetry's NYC debut) was presented as part of FIRSTS by The Shrill Collective. All proceeds went to Everytown for Gun Safety. Contact Morgan for more of their poetry!

It's Cameron's birthday! They invite their old college roommate, Sam. Sam accidentally-on-purpose reveals a huge secret that Cam's partner Jesse has been keeping. Chaos ensues.  

Morgan presented more of their 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 no longer identifies as a woman, but is still proud of the work they did in The Binds We Maneuver.


Emily Oliviera as Maren

Tiffany Iris as Bri

Olaf Eide as Ethan

Noa Graham as Jane

Michael Gnat* as Ed 

directed by: J Mehr Kaur

stage manager: Dana Robbins

​light design: Christian Roberson

​sound design: Margaret Montagna

​set design: Non Kuramoto

photography: Kat Griffin

*denotes member of Actor's Equity Association

Read the full program here!

Presented by Morgan Dean and Honey Dipped Productions, June 2019

Thank you to everyone who participated in these readings! 

Alexander Settineri

Missy Hamblet

Colleen Welsh

Kelley Heyer

Mark Laubenheimer

Ruben Vilus

Lindsay Aster

and more! 

produced by The Shrill Collective

presented at The Matthew Corozine Studio September 28-29th 


Maren, a young queer woman fresh out of college, finds out that her cousin (and friend) has been arrested for child molestation. Years later, she visits her cousin in prison and, through flashbacks, navigates her family’s hidden past, her father’s homophobia, and if love should know bounds.

The Binds We Maneuver




Danielle Purdy as Maren

Zainub Musa as Bri

Alexander Settineri as Ethan

Mireille Villarqui as Jane

Leo Goodman as Ed


Nikomeh Anderson

produced by:

Morgan Dean 

Honey Dipped Productions


Kelley Heyer as Maren
Cordelia Orbach as Briana
Alejandro Cervantes as Ethan
Kathy Richter as Ed
Norman Outlaw as Jane

Nikomeh Anderson

tech elements:
Robin Ediger-Soto


Peter Carellini

Thank you to everyone who helped sell out this reading and donated! Stay tuned for where Thick Blood Thick Water goes next! 


The Birthday Party, or Three People Who Are A Mess

presented by the tank, September 12-21, 2019

an Equity Approved Showcase

in conjunction with Juwan Alan Crawley, Honey Dipped Productions, and Morgan Dean

Thick Blood Thick Water

no man's land theatre co., September and november 2018


Morgan has been writing short stories, songs, and poems for as long as they can remember. Their high school creative writing teacher gave them the confidence to write daily, and only in the past year and a half have they begun to submit their poetry and writing for performances. Morgan's plays Thick Blood Thick Water and The Birthday Party, or Three People Who Are A Mess had productions this September! 

dixon place's femme fest 2020

summer fresh festival, summer 2018

produced by Dixon Place and Morgan Dean

directed by Sarah Kaidanow

cast announced soon

To see more of Morgan's work, check out their instagram @morganrosedean or email them!




Alex Ghude as Cam

Selena Tibert as Sam

Caroline Leon as Jesse

directed by Anne Ciarlone

Morgan Dean