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Anne G. Morgan

Anne G. Morgan is the Literary Manager & Dramaturg at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, where she provides dramaturgical support to the center's programs and manages its selection processes (over 1,500 applications). At the O'Neill she has served as dramaturg on new plays by David Auburn, Hilary Bettis, Bekah Brunstetter, Carla Ching, Tegan McLeod, and A. Rey Pamatmat; new musicals by Daniel and Patrick Lazour and Sam Willmott; and is the resident dramaturg for the National Puppetry Conference and the Henson Puppetry Residency. Additionally, she has supported projects by Nilo Cruz, Samuel D. Hunter, Deborah Zoe Laufer, and Jen Silverman, among others. Anne has represented the O'Neill internationally at the Baltic Playwrights Conference, the Latvian Academy of Culture, and the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. She has taught dramaturgy and script analysis at the University of Connecticut, the National Theater Institute, and the American College Theater Festival. Prior to the O'Neill, Anne worked in Boston at the Huntington Theatre Company and Company One. Dramaturgy credits include The Found Dog Ribbon Dance (Kennedy Center/National New Play Network MFA Playwrights’ Workshop); The Aliens, The Emancipation of Mandy and Miz Ellie, and The Overwhelming (Company One); Of Mice and Men (New Rep on Tour); and Little Women (Emerson Stage). Anne is on the board of the Eugene O’Neill Society and is a member of LMDA. A winner of the KCACTF Dramaturgy Award, Anne is a graduate of Emerson College. 

Theatre History Podcast # 29
Podcast

Theatre History Podcast # 29

Short Day’s Introduction to Monte Cristo Cottage with Anne G. Morgan

17 April 2017

Anne G. Morgan, Literary Manager and Dramaturg at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, talks about the Monte Cristo Cottage, Eugene O'Neill's childhood summer home, and the setting of two of his plays.

Behind the Curtain
Essay

Behind the Curtain

PlayPenn, The Ground Floor, and the National Playwrights Conference

31 August 2016

A conversation with new play leaders Sarah Rose Leonard, Paul Meshejian, and Anne Morgan about playwriting.

Old Institutions, New Plays
Essay

Old Institutions, New Plays

What The O’Neill Model Can Teach Us

1 June 2014

Anne G. Morgan sheds insight on the history and impact of the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center on the theatrical community. 

Eugene O’Neill Theater Center
Series

Eugene O’Neill Theater Center

The O'Neill series celebrates and investigates the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's fifty year impact on individual artists and the wider theatrical community.