Favorite Shakespeare Play:
Whichever one I’m working on at present
Favorite play that isn’t by Shakespeare:
So many! A few: Vietgone by Qui Nguyen, The Aliens by Annie Baker, The Christians by Lucas Hnath, Indecent by Paula Vogel, and so many more…
Anne G. Morgan is the dramaturg for the ASC’s 2018/19 world premieres: Emma by Emma Whipday, Anne Page Hates Fun by Amy E. Witting, and 16 Winters or The Bear’s Tale by Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, in addition to providing dramaturgical support for all ASC productions. She leads Shakespeare’s New Contemporaries, a bold new initiative discovering, developing, and producing new plays inspired by and in conversation with Shakespeare’s works. Prior to joining ASC, Anne was the Literary Manager & Dramaturg at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center where she managed its selection process and served as dramaturg on new plays by David Auburn, Bekah Brunstetter, Adam Esquenazi Douglas, A. Rey Pamatmat, and more; new musicals by Ronve O’Daniel and Jevares C. Myrick, Daniel and Patrick Lazour, and Sam Willmott; and was the resident dramaturg for the National Puppetry Conference and the Henson Puppetry Residency. Other dramaturgy credits include We Live in Cairo (NYTW); 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); and more. Anne has worked 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 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. She currently serves on the board of the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.