Michael is a studio professor at UC Santa Barbara, where he teaches voice, speech, text, and applied theater. His other teaching credentials include Yale School of Drama, Temple University, Theatre Conservatorium in Brussels, Royal Conservatoire in Liege, Shakespeare and Company, Shanghai Theatre Academy, and Theatre of Changes in Athens. He has acted in over a hundred productions in theater, film, and television. Among Michael’s coaching credentials are the American Players Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, and The Ensemble Theatre. Morgan spearheaded The Odyssey Project (odyssey.projects.theaterdance.ucsb.edu), an initiative centering on incarcerated teens finding their voices through theater. He is a designated Linklater teacher, certified Fitzmaurice Voicework teacher trainer, and the author of Constructing the Holistic Actor: Fitzmaurice Voicework. Michael recently published an essay with Routledge in the volume Teaching the Classics in the US Prison System. More information about his social justice theater work can be found here: michaelmorgan.online.
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
|August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean||Dialect Coach|
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