About Anne G. Morgan
Anne G. Morgan (she/her/hers) is an award-winning dramaturg and arts leader. She currently works as the Programs Director for the National New Play Network, an alliance of professional theaters that collaborate in innovative ways to develop, produce, and extend the life of new plays.
Across her career, Anne has earned the respect of colleagues, peers, and artists for her ability to marry high-level visioning with in-the-weeds administrative acumen, her collaborative and curious spirit, and her thorough and iterative process design. With over a decade of experience in arts administration, program facilitation, story analysis, and theater production, Anne is a hard working, flexible, creative, passionate artist and leader.
As a dramaturg, Anne works regularly with the Playwrights Realm, the Playwright's Lab at Hollins University, Great Plains Theatre Conference, the Kennedy Center, and more, as well as collaborating with playwrights individually. She serves as Board Co-Chair for Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.
Anne received the 2019 Elliott Hayes Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dramaturgy for her innovative design and stewardship of Shakespeare’s New Contemporaries, the American Shakespeare Center's new play program. With ASC, Anne dramaturged new plays by L M Feldman, Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, Anchuli Felicia King, Emma Whipday, and Amy E. Witting. Prior to her leadership of that program, Anne ran the Literary Department at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center from 2012 - 2017, where she worked on new plays by David Auburn, Bekah Brunstetter, A. Rey Pamatmat, among others.
Internationally,Anne has brought her expertise to the Baltic Playwrights Conference, the Latvian Academy of Culture, and the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. Closer to home, she has taught at the University of Connecticut and the National Theater Institute.
Anne lives with her husband and daughter in Rhode Island.