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WE THE COYOTES (2018)

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Jul 27, 2014       Filed In Press ,Theatre ,When We Were Young And Unafraid       Comments: 0

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‘Homeland’ actress Morgan Saylor corners the moody teen market, next with ‘When We Were Young and Unafraid’

Morgan Saylor knows a thing or two about being a moody teenager. Or at least playing one. The young actress is best known for playing Dana, the teenage daughter of is-he-or-isn’t-he-a-terrorist Nicholas Brody on “Homeland” — and her character was so lifelike (brooding and annoying as teens can be) that she sparked a hate campaign on social media sites.
The haters will, we hope, lay off for her latest role, as (yes, another) angsty teen in Sarah Treem’s new play, “When We Were Young and Unafraid,” a Manhattan Theatre Club production at New York City Center running through Aug. 10.

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Morgan Saylor wants YOU to see When We Were Young and Unafraid (Video)

Jun 18, 2014       Filed In Videos ,When We Were Young And Unafraid       Comments: 0

WHEN WE WERE YOUNG AND UNAFRAID – Morgan Saylor on MTC’s 30 Under 30 program. For more information, visit ManhattanTheatreClub.com/30under30


‘When We Were Young And Unafraid’ Opening Night (Photos)

Jun 18, 2014       Filed In Public Events ,When We Were Young And Unafraid       Comments: 0

Morgan attended the “When We Were Young And Unafraid” Opening Night After Party yesterday in NY. I have added 31 pictures to the gallery


Morgan Saylor on Her Theater Debut and Leaving Homeland Behind

Jun 18, 2014       Filed In Homeland ,News ,Press ,When We Were Young And Unafraid       Comments: 0

(source Vulture)

Sure, erratic CIA agent Carrie Mathison and charming traitor Nicholas Brody were the main focus of Homeland’s first three seasons — but many viewers also had a secondary fascination with Brody’s teenage daughter, Dana, who became something of a lightning rod for critics and fans distracted by her sullen, erratic, and, dare we say, teenage behavior.

Morgan Saylor, the actress who played Dana Brody, says she was largely able to avoid the hype and the haters, managing to live a relatively normal life as a high-school student in the Atlanta suburbs when she wasn’t shooting. “I was more focused on my math tests” than on being a TV star, she tells Vulture, adding that she went to football games and prom like everyone else.

After graduation, Saylor moved to New York to pursue a full-time acting career, and later this year, she’ll co-star in Sundance entry Jamie Marks Is Dead and the Disney movie McFarland (in which she plays Kevin Costner’s daughter and, she says, “wears a lot of pink”). But first comes a new challenge: theater. On Tuesday, she began a run at Manhattan Theatre Club in When We Were Young and Unafraid, a searing look at the impact of domestic violence written by Sarah Treem and directed by Tony-winner Pam MacKinnon. Saylor plays Penny, who has grown up underneath the watchful eye of Agnes (legendary stage star Cherry Jones). She’s enjoying every aspect of the experience, but tells Vulture that it wasn’t easy to get the part.

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