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A DELICATE BALANCE, Milwaukee Rep

“...a superbly acted production.”  – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


THE GRAPES OF WRATH, American Southwest Theatre Co.

“Moving, well acted and beautifully staged, the production is a winner.”

Las Cruces Sun-News


“This is a play you need to see.”  The El Paso Times


COYOTE ON A FENCE, Next Act

“...a superb production.”  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


“a production that showcases some of Next Act’s finest work to date…[the play] fully addresses these issues due in large part to a stellar cast and director Edward Morgan’s clear, pointed direction.   Shepherd Express


LOVERS & EXECUTIONERS, Milwaukee Rep

“Director Edward Morgan's production is as buoyant as a cloud.” 

– Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

PRECIOUS MEMORIES, Players Theater Columbus

“Director Edward Morgan, who stages Memories like a medieval morality play, elicits strong performances from one of Players’ most accomplished casts.” 

– The Columbus Dispatch


LAST OF THE BOYS, Next Act

“Director Edward Morgan uses Next Act's space to make the most of the play's striking images…Morgan and his actors balance the comic and the elegiac in a way that makes it clear why the play exists.”  Backstage


THE SHAUGHRAUN, Milwaukee Rep

“a melodrama in the best sense of the word. Music, theater, good and evil – it has it all.”  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


MOLLY SWEENEY, Milwaukee Rep

“Laura Gordon's radiant Molly was perhaps the performance of her career.”

– Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


A DAME TO DIE FOR, Milwaukee Rep

“With Edward Morgan’s “A Dame to Die for,” the Stackner Cabaret will never be the same. It changes the definition of cabaret, and it creates new expectations.”

– Milwaukee Sentinel

THE WEIR, Milwaukee Rep

“Director Edward Morgan staged “The Weir” with obvious loving care, and his five-actor cast chisels portraits of these characters with exquisite precision.”

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


“The play may evoke ethereal, unknown, dimly seen presences, but what happens on stage has true heart and soul.” – Shepherd Express Metro


THE ILLUSION, Round House Theatre

“...completely charming...Director Edward Morgan has staged all of this beautifully on a set by Joseph B. Musumeci Jr. that is part proscenium, part Greek amphitheater and part Magritte painting. He mixes the traditional and the modern whimsically...This isn’t overdone - there’s just enough of it to give the play its rifled trunk atmosphere.”

The Washington Post


MARY’S WEDDING, Next Act

“Director Edward Morgan manages this time travel deftly, letting the story move forward with an easy gentleness even as it becomes more harrowingly real...There’s scarcely a kiss or two through the whole 90 minutes of Massicotte’s play, but Morgan creates a captivating journey of tenderness and desire.”  Milwaukee Magazine/Culture Club


“the emotions feel palpable and wrenching…”  Third Coast Digest  


5TH OF JULY, Infamous Commonwealth 

“A faithful revival...Morgan’s direction is most noticeable in its fine pacing and structure…Morgan gives us a crisp clean production that simply tells the story.”   

Chicago Theatre Beat


PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, Milwaukee Rep

“...a superbly cast and acted production...Deftly directed by Edward Morgan, the piece glitters with intelligent fun.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


OF MICE AND MEN, Round House Theatre

“...exceptional and deeply affecting...Morgan has knitted a fine cast into an even better ensemble, navigating the script’s occasional foray into bunkhouse lyricism, while holding his audience with the gritty force of this downbeat saga.” The Washington Times


“...eloquently spare. ...directed by Edward Morgan, who vividly etches the author’s sentimental realism on the stage.”  The Washington Post

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