About Morgan

Born & raised in Cape Coral, Florida, Morgan Bruewer started dance classes before she could even walk. Morgan was born two months early with underdeveloped hips, knees, and ankles. The doctor told her parents that they could either conduct invasive surgery on their newborn, or put her in ballet classes. The choice was simple.

Since then, Morgan has been dancing, singing, and acting her heart out. She attended North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts in middle school, and North Fort Myers Center for the Arts in high school. Outside of school, she took classes at the Naples Performing Arts Center where she had the opportunity to work with and take masterclasses from industry professionals such as Robert Hartwell, Janet Decal, Jackie Bayne, & Jason Gillman. To continue honing her craft, she also choreographed Junior shows and taught dance/acting in the performing arts center’s summer camps.

After high school, Morgan continued her education at Florida Southern College, graduating summa cum laude with a BFA in Musical Theatre and a minor in Communications. At FSC, she had the opportunity to work with accomplished professors such as Dr. Christianne Knauer Roll, Dr. Wesley Morgan, Bradley Vieth, James "Jim" Beck, CJ Tiso Inzirillo, and Tatianna "T" Eriksen. During her college career, Morgan worked on several shows both on and off stage including roles such as The Drowsy Chaperone in The Drowsy Chaperone, Woman 2 in Songs for a New World, and Miss. Gardener in Carrie the musical.

Some of Morgan’s most recent credits include: Nadina in the world premiere of Mushy (Orlando Fringe Festival), Chef/Ensemble in Something Rotten! (Florida Southern College), and Jolly Rodger in Blackbeard the Pirate - Tour (Missoula Children’s Theatre).

When she is not performing, Morgan can be found teaching and sharing her love for theatre with developing young artists.

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