Liz Morgan is a Caribbean-American actress and writer with roots in New York, New England and Jamaica. She attended Brown University dedicating much of her time there to developing new political work at Rites and Reason Theatre where she received several awards for her contributions. In her final year, Liz was awarded the Minnie Helen Hicks prize for overall excellence in theatre at Brown.
Liz has also studied theatre and dance abroad at the London Dramatic Academy and the Yeredon Center for Malian Arts. She is currently a candidate in the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Acting & Directing Program and will graduate in May 2013.
Liz is also a skilled acting teacher and is available for coaching. For more info on Liz please see her news page or contact in her by any of the means below:
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Liz has just been cast as Yveline in a staged reading of All Times by Eleanor Burgess at the Huntington, directed by Moritz Von Stuelpnagel
May 7th – 19th See Liz clowning around as Petra in the Brown/Trinity Rep thesis production of Romeo & Juliet.
July 17th - Aug. 2nd Liz returns to Playwrights Rep for her third summer (and birthday!) as the title role in The Hunchback of Seville by New Dramatists Fellow Charise Castro Smith (more details soon)
Spicy Wit (the web series for which Liz acts and writes) finally premiered!!! Since then, the series has appeared in Ebony Magazine! #spicywitis
<<<Click on the new REEL page to see Liz's new film reel. A voice-over reel is also available by request only.
Liz’s written work includes her solo show Deep $h!t, a satirical one-act entitled A Matter of Taste and a play currently in development called The Clark Doll. Liz is looking forward to taking those projects from workshop to full production in the next year.