About

Morgan Elizabeth Jones was born and raised in Westchester, N.Y. She began her performance journey, at age 5, as a dancer and choreographer for her family’s R&B and Rap group. She went on to pursue a BFA in Professional Theatre at N.C. A&T State University. There, she won critical acclaim for roles in For Colored Girls as the Lady in Green and in Blue for an Alabama Sky as Angel Allen. She has an extensive resume (to follow). Morgan was trained and mentored in dance by Dr. Eleanor Gwynn and Tina Liggins while pursuing her theatre degree. Morgan choreographed Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity as a student at A&T, which ignited her passion for directing and choreographing musical theatre productions.

 

After college Morgan’s talent was recognized by Christopher “Play” Martin and Cheryl “Salt”James and she landed a featured role in the hit musical Rise where she shared the stage with Trina Braxton, Shar Jackson, Darrin Henson and more. Tyler Perry then casted her as a featured Extra in Madea’s Family Reunion. She then began her own freelance production company called FlowerChild Productions. The mission of FlowerChild Productions is to educate and create opportunities for performance artists to grow in the field of entertainment. Morgan has choreographed numerous musicals including Groovin’, Crowns, Pirates of Penzance, Black Nativity (5 consecutive years), For Colored Girls and many more. She has also served as the Artistic Director and Choreographer for many live stage shows. FlowerChild Productions’vision is to train and employ dancers and talent while creating productions that offer extraordinary thought-provoking energetic performance art.

 

Morgan also teaches workshops in Acting and Dance as well as provide movement coaching and artist development for entertainers. Her love for street dance and musical theatre combine to create the most upbeat energetic training for professionals and nonprofessionals.

FlowerChild Productions has co-produced, directed, written and cast 3 films with Save the Arts Films, a production company headed by the Grammy award winning songwriter, Rasheem Kilo Pugh. The films It Takes A Village, It Takes A Village 2, and Find My Way The Musical are products of Kids on Film program, where inner city youth are taught the art of film production and acting for free. These films will be entered in film festivals across the world to show our youth’s creativity and extraordinary creativity.

(www.savetheartsfilms.com)

Morgan’s success has been featured in the N.C. A&T Alumni Times. She was awarded 2014 Runner Up for GCS Arts Educator of the Year and 2014 Best Choreography in the Triad for Groovin' at the Barn Dinner Theatre. She has received the Divas Shine Award for her work in the community, and also 2015 Featured Highlight Award for Best Choreographer. Most recently she graced the cover of Entrepreneurs of Color and Secret Society magazines.

Morgan’s career has taken her to higher heights as she is currently choreographing, Acting, and dancing in Shelly Garrett’s Beauty Shop-Divas Unleashed 30 Year Anniversary and featured in Danielle Williams' From porn to the Pulpit. Her new products Give the People What They Want : A Motivational Dance DVD, Creative Inspirations (An Inspirational Adult Coloring Book) featuring her abstract sketches, a hot new single called Go Off are part of her collection of her Arts Therapy collection. Morgan will be directed and sold out her first original musical in Summer 2017. It will play Atlanta May 2019! She is a 16 yr Theatre Educator while running a business. She's dedicated to continuing in God's path of inspiring, motivating, and encouraging through the Arts.