Morgan’s passion for theatre began at the age of five when her mother put her in a theatre production in hopes that her shyness would decline. She was instantly hooked and her passion, dedication and new confidence grew stronger as she began performing in numerous schools, regional, youth theatre and professional productions eventually being recognized by the California Thespian Society. She extended her devotion to the theatre continuing her education at the Boston Conservatory where she holds a BFA in Musical Theatre with an emphasis in Directing. After graduation, Morgan continued her acting career joining Actor’s Equity and the Screen Actors Guild. Morgan began her teaching career at the age of 18 as a director and faculty member at Stage Performing Arts. She soon realized that theatre education was her calling. In 2010 Morgan moved to New York where she Co-founded Northeast Children’s Theatre Company, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and serving the children and their families of the Northeast through educational outreach and professional theatre programming for young audiences. As Artistic director, she specialized in training teachers and creating theatre arts based curriculum for after school programs. Morgan worked with composers and writers to develop new works and she directed professional NYC based actors in tours and residencies in New York and Connecticut. The knowledge she gained from her time in NYC was immeasurable, but her Dream was to come back home to Los Angeles and bring Stages back to life. She has always believed that theater is not merely about performing but about teaching and enriching all aspects of people’s lives. Through her work with children and professionals she saw first-hand the positive effects that theater has in fostering creativity and self-confidence in her students.