Briony Morgan

Briony Morgan

Theatre Practitioner

  • Location: Dublin, Ireland
  • Career stage: Entry
  • Freelancer: Available Soon

Briony Morgan is a theatre practitioner working in direction, dramaturgy, actor movement and lighting design. Currently assistant directing Declan Clarke’s upcoming film, The Hopeless End of a Great Dream (scheduled to open in a solo presentation in Temple Bar Gallery on April 21st, with further solo presentations in Belfast in May, 2016, and in Paris in September, 2016), Briony’s most recent professional theatre credit is as Assistant Director to Bush Moukarzel and Ben Kidd for their Dublin Theatre Festival 2015 production, Chekhov’s First Play (Nominated for Best Production at the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2015, and now touring internationally). Briony is an off-books student of the Drama Department at Trinity College, where she has been offered a Director’s Debut production, scheduled for staging in November 2016. Briony’s recent exploits in the role of Dramaturge include for Half Light, devised by Mollie Molumby (February 2016), and God’s Ear, by Jenny Schwartz, directed by Colm Summers (December 2015). Briony often works in the capacity of actor choreographer: Carmen Disruption, by Simon Stephens (December 2015), Stockholm, by Bryony Lavery (December 2014), pool (no water), by Mark Ravenhill (December 2013). Briony has just completed her first fully fledged lighting design for CENSORED, a forum theatre piece devised by Orla Devlin (February 2016), all in the Samuel Beckett Theatre. Other professional credits include work in stage management (assistant to Marella Boschi) for Before Monsters Were Made, by Ross Dungan (Project Arts Centre, April 2015), and Design Assistant to Zia Holly, Way to Heaven (Project Arts Centre, December 2013) Assassins (Project Arts Centre, December 2013), and FUSED (The Lir, Tiger Dublin Fringe, 2013). In the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Briony worked as part of a small team of Arts Administration Receptionists assisting the senior management for The Pleasance.


  • Actor Movement Choreography
  • Arts Administrations
  • Choreography
  • Communication
  • Direction
  • drama
  • Dramaturgy
  • Lighting Design
  • Musical Theatre
  • Physical Theatre
  • Theatre
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