Morgan Green

Morgan Green hails from the San Francisco Bay Area and is a co-founder of New Saloon, a Brooklyn-based experimental theater company. Morgan directs new plays which bend and twist theatrical form, musical revivals that aren’t exactly the way you remember them, dance shows full of hype, deconstructed classics with a feminist lens, and is beginning to explore film. In 2016, Morgan received the Award for Outstanding Director from the New York Innovative Theatre Awards for New Saloon’s Minor Character: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time a production most recently seen at The Public Theater’s 2019 Under the Radar Festival. In 2017, Morgan lead the first ever director-driven season at the Sharon Playhouse in Sharon, Connecticut including Far Away, a dystopian Caryl Churchill play, and a fresh take on Meredith Wilson’s The Music Man. Morgan has held artist residencies at Mabou Mines, Playwrights Horizons, Williamstown Theater Festival, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and is an Affiliated Artist with New Georges. Her work has been seen at The Public Theater, The Bushwick Starr, Ars Nova, The Invisible Dog, The New Ohio, Marin Theatre Company, Z Space, and more. Morgan is an alumna of Bard College and a proud member of SDC. MorganClaireGreen.com