Morgan Gould is a writer/ director who has previously held staff positions at Playscripts, Inc., Lark Play Development Center, Cape Cod Theatre Project, and Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company, where Morgan co-created Untitled Feminist Show (BAC/PS 122) and worked alongside Young Jean on the premieres of Lear (Soho Rep) and We're Gonna Die (Joe's Pub/ LCT3) and tours of Pullman WA and The Shipment. Morgan is a New Georges affiliated artist (where she was a member of their emerging writer/ director lab from 2010-2014), an alumnus of the Target Margin Institute for Collaborative Theater Making Lab, the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab, The Civilians R + D Group, and the Ensemble Studio Theatre and Playwrights Horizons Directing Residency Programs. She was an 11-12 BAX (Brooklyn Arts Exchange) Artist in Residence with playwright Matthew Paul Olmos and a 12-13 Space Grant Recipient. Morgan is the Artistic Director of her theater company Morgan Gould & Friends (founded in 2012), comprised of a company of actors and designers who now include Chris Barlow, Lucy DeVito, Christopher Geary, Megan Hill, Anna O'Donoghue, Tom Pecinka, Barbara Samuels, Ryan Seelig, Zack Segel, Nate Trinrud, and Amir Wachterman. MG&F's work has been featured at Dixon Place, The Brooklyn Lyceum, HERE Arts Center, Ars Nova, CAP21, BAX, New Georges, The Ice Factory Festival/The New Ohio and The Culture Project. Morgan is also the Co-Founder of Stage Partners, a play licensing company specializing in plays for young artists and audiences. Morgan holds a B.A. in Directing from Fordham College at Lincoln Center she will graduate from M.F.A. Playwriting Program at Brooklyn College in May. In April 2016, Morgan will be directing the world premiere of Leah Nanako Winkler's Kentucky at Ensemble Studio Theatre (co-production with P73).