Morgan Charéce is an actor, teaching artist, director and creative from Philadelphia who has recently moved to the DMV area. She received her M.F.A in Theatre from the University of Alabama in May 2018 where she taught for two years. Upon graduation she co-founded the Sankofa Theatre Ensemble, a devised movement theatre ensemble based out of Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. After earning her M.F.A., she had the honor of receiving the Allen Lee Hughes fellowship at Arena Stage where she served as the Education and School Programs Fellow in the Community Engagement department. During her fellowship she served as a teaching artist, researcher and directed 3 Voices of Now ensembles (Arena Stage’s devised theater ensembles where she worked with middle school students throughout Washington D.C. and Fairfax, VA.) She currently serves as a teaching artist at The Discovery Theatre and Shakespeare Theatre Company. Morgan is interested in creating sacred spaces for descendants of the African Diaspora to tell stories. She would like to thank God, her mother and her ancestors for always supporting her and instilling in her a strong commitment to artistry and activism.