Morgan is the recipient of the 2013 San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award for Best Original Script for his play GORGEOUS HUSSY: An Interview with Joan Crawford. Morgan has produced more than 30 productions in the past 15 years. In 2008 he founded Wily West Productions in San Francisco and his play RUTH AND THE SEA was listed as one of the of "Best Productions of 2010" by the SF Bay Times. He has served as the Producing Director for the Playwrights Center of San Francisco and currently is the Artistic Director for the Pacific Play Company in Seattle. In Salt Lake City, Morgan produced the Belle of Amherst, procuring the McCune Mansion for a 6-week engagement and raised more than $7,000 in revenue to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation. He also founded the Young Playwrights Festival of Salt Lake City and presented 8 new plays in 6 weeks. Morgan has directed everything from Shakespeare to solo performances in San Francisco, Seattle and Salt Lake. Morgan was a full-time staff member for the Salt Lake Acting Company (a fully professional Equity theatre devoted to producing new American plays), and he also served as the Producing Director for Plan-B Theatre Company, a cutting-edge theatre troupe that was recently voted Best Theatre Company by Salt Lake City audiences. Morgan taught acting, playmaking and movement for the University of Utah's Theatre School for Youth for 5 years. He has taught movement for actors for the Ballet West Conservatory, Theatre One in California, the Montana Ballet, and the Salt Lake Ballet School.