Liz Morgan

Liz Morgan  (Friday & Writer/Co-creator) was brought up on oxtail, rice & peas.  As an artist raised by two Caribbean doctors, she has maintained a dedication to healing and a taste for all things spicy.  Her full length, The Clark Doll recently premiered in New York at The New Ohio as part of the SHE Creates Festival and was previously a Drammy Award nominee for Best Original Script after its west coast premiere with Syde-Ide Collaborations. She’s been published in the Huffington Post and has developed new stage work with The Fire This Time Festival, The Lark, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Fresh Ground Pepper, The Mitten Lab, Liberation Theatre Company, Judson Arts, Amios, Rising Circle, JACK, NY Madness, POTPOURRI! World Women Works Series, and of course SERIALS @ The Flea. Honors include the Torchbearer for Black Theatre Award, I AM SOUL Playwrights Residency (Finalist), Playwrights Realm Writing Fellowship (Semi-Finalist) and the New Works Lab at Stratford (Semi-Finalist).  Liz currently works with Theatre of the Oppressed NYC facilitating forum theatre, legislative theatre and other creative advocacy projects. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree and an MFA in Acting from Brown University, where she received the Davis Wickham Prize for Excellence in Playwriting and once twerked the toga off of a frat boy. Catch her this summer at the Quick Silver Theatre Company’s Playwrights of Color Summit performing in her original solo show, Deep $h*t.