Hi, I'm Morgan! I'm a twenty-something theater critic and writer (which really just means I've been a Theater Kid my whole life but now I'm an adult) based somewhere between Baltimore and Washington DC. 

Hopefully, I can help you discover a new show or the next song that will be stuck in your head for weeks on end.

I've been a theater writer since 2016, and I'm so excited to share my passion for the arts with you! Happy reading!

Welcome to Intermission!

Me in front of the harbor that houses the Statue of Liberty in New York City

Spirit Animal: Elephant 


Hogwarts House: Hufflepuff 


Favorite Food: Italian

Role Model: Julie Andrews

Celebrity Crush: Derek Hough 

Favorite TV Show: Friends 

Favorite Movie: Dead Poet Society

Favorite Ice Cream: Mint Chocolate Chip

Favorite Musical: Wicked


Dream Role: Éponine or a Disney

leading lady


Favorite Broadway Actor: Ramin

Karimloo- that man could sing me

his grocery list and I’d still swoon.

Jeremy Jordan and Idina Menzel are

tied for a close second though. 


First Ever Broadway Show: 

Mary Poppins 


First Role: Chip in a summer camp

production of Beauty and the Beast

Hi, I'm Morgan! 

A little more about me! This is my...

Welcome to Intermission! I have been a theater writer since 2016, and I graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a degree in journalism. I have been involved in theater since I was four years old, and before becoming a writer, I grew up performing and working backstage for 14 years. When I got to college, I was determined to find a way to stay involved in the theater community, so I began attending every show I could and started writing!


I love exploring new things, and when I'm not writing, you can find me hunting for allergy-friendly places to eat and new places to travel (usually with some sort of Broadway song stuck in my head)!

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Me trying not to freak out while meeting Desi Oakley after reviewing the Washington DC premiere of Waitress