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Jessica Morgan

Intimacy Directors & Coordinators/West Virginia University
Certified Intimacy Director/Associate Professor of Movement
Jessica is a movement specialist and actor with over 20 years of experience in higher education. She has a BA in Theatre from Kent State University and an MFA in Acting from The Ohio State University. She is currently an Associate Professor of Movement for the BFA and MFA Acting Studios at West Virginia University and serves as the resident movement coach, fight director, and intimacy director for their productions. Jessica is experienced in bringing practices of boundaries and consent in to her classroom and sharing how this work can be incorporated in to other performance studios. She has also worked with both undergraduate and graduate actors on how to use these practices when rehearsing work outside of class or in creating their own work. Other areas of focus in Jessica’s classroom include Viewpoints, Suzuki, Composition, Laban, mask work, and unarmed combat. Recent productions at WVU she has done intimacy work for include Mud, You Can’t Take it With You, and Cloud 9.

Jessica has worked professionally as an actor, fight director, and intimacy director in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland. Most recently she did intimacy direction for the productions of A Streetcar Named Desire and Dracula for Cumberland Theatre in Maryland. She is also the resident intimacy director at Vintage Theatre Company in West Virginia.