WHO is Liz Morgan?
Liz Morgan is a Caribbean-American actor and writer.  She teaches as well and is starting her own theatre company.  She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity and is SAG-AFTRA Eligible.

HOW did she get to be so awesome?
Liz trained at Brown/Trinity Rep where she recently received her M.F.A. in Acting and the Davis Wickham Prize for Excellence in Playwriting.  She also holds a B.A. from Brown University.  She has studied theatre and dance abroad at the London Dramatic Academy and the Yeredon Center for Malian Arts.

WHERE can I find her?
Good question.  Since Liz just graduated, she’s living that gypsy life.  But she is making the New York tri-state area her home base.
 
WHAT is this girl actually about?
New work.  Political work.  Making people laugh.
 
WHY should I work with her?
Liz is smart, versatile, innovative, passionate and pretty darn funny.  She’s got all sorts of hidden talents.  See what the press is saying about Liz on the MEDIA page.
 
WHEN can I see her work?
Liz has some exciting projects coming up this winter.  Check out the NEWS page for details.
 
Feel free to contact Liz through her new reps:

Charles Kerin Associates
155 East 55th Street
New York, NY 10022
(212)-838-7373
Fax: (212)-838-0774
ckaoffice@nyc.rr.com 


Or reach out directly regarding Liz's coaching, acting or writing:

onTWITTER @lizmorganonline
onEMAIL liz@lizmorganonline.com
onTHEPHONE 312.715.8678









 

onSTAGE

Liz will appear in a concert reading of Harlem Shakespeare Festival's all-female production of Othello directed by and starring Lisa Wolpe as Iago (December 15th @ 4:00PM, reception to follow)

Liz stars as Camae in The Mountaintop at Capital Repertory Theatre directed by Nick Mangano.  (Previews begin Jan. 17th, Runs Jan. 21st - Feb. 9th)

Liz is proud to be joining Red Garnet Theatre Company as an associate artist! More to come...

Other cool theatrical things I've been up to include:

The Hamilton Project V (an artists retreat in Maine with the Mohawk Arts Collective where I developed a new solo show)
Amios Directors Lab 
A flash mob in Times Square and Central Park! 
Readings with Stew, Shaun Neblett, The Barrow Group and the MCC Theater Youth Company


onSCREEN

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.  Other samples of Liz's work are also available on her vimeo page.  A voice-over reel is also available upon request.

onPAPER

Liz's satirical one-act entitled A Matter of Taste will be appearing in the LIC One Act Play Festival competition at The Secret Theatre
Catch performances to cast your vote during Cycle C:
Sat, January 18 @ 8p
Sun, January 19 @ 2p
Thurs, January 23 @ 8p
Sun, January 26 @ 8p

Liz just received the Davis Wickham Prize for Excellence in Playwriting.  Liz’s other written work includes her solo show Deep $h!t and a play currently in development called The Clark Doll.  Liz is looking forward to taking those projects and others from workshop to full production in the next year. 












 

Click to Enlarge