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ANYWHERE WITH YOU (2018)

Morgan as Amanda
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BLOW THE MAN DOWN (2020)

Morgan as Mary Beth Connolly
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YOU MEAN EVERYTHING TO ME (2020)

Morgan as Cassandra
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Gravitas Ventures Picks Up U.S. Rights To ‘Jamie Marks Is Dead’

Jun 14, 2014       Filed in Jamie Marks Is Dead ,News       Comments: 0

(source)

Sundance entry and Outfest 2014 competitor “Jamie Marks Is Dead,” a teen horror thriller written and directed by famed fashion photographer and filmmaker Carter Smith (“Bugcrush,” “The Ruins”), has been picked up by Gravitas Ventures for U.S. distribution.

In the film, a tragic death forges a supernatural bond among three small town teenagers, played by TV-kid-veterans Cameron Monaghan (“Shameless”), Morgan Saylor (“Homeland”), and Noah Silver (“The Borgias”). Fifteen year old Adam McCormick’s (Monaghan) life hasn’t been the same since classmate Gracie Highsmith (Saylor) found Jamie Marks’ (Silver) dead body at the edge of the river. The town is shocked by the news, but as speculation swirls, it becomes clear that they knew as little about Jamie as they do about the circumstances surrounding his death. Adam becomes fixated on Jamie’s death and gradually a deep bond develops between the living teenager and the dead boy’s ghost, their unlikely relationship providing Adam with the support and friendship he needs as the rest of his world falls apart. But the more attached Adam becomes to Jamie’s ghost, the weaker his ties to reality become. As he struggles with real world relationships, Adam is forced to rediscover what it means to be alive.

Based on Christopher Barzak’s acclaimed novel “One for Sorrow,” the movie is described as a love story infused with elements of horror and the supernatural. Produced by Verisimilitude’s Alexander Orlovsky (“The Place Beyond The Pines”), Hunter Gray (“Another Earth”), Jacob Jaffke, Omri Bezalel, and Smith, the film also stars Madisen Beaty (“The Fosters”), Liv Tyler (soon to be seen on HBO’s upcoming drama “The Leftovers”) and the always dependable Judy Greer (“Arrested Development”).

“Jamie Marks Is Dead” will receive a theatrical release on August 29, making it available not only in theaters across the country but on demand nationwide and on such iVoD platforms as iTunes.


Morgan Saylor : New Interview

Jun 12, 2014       Filed in Photos ,When We Were Young And Unafraid       Comments: 0

(source Broadway.com)

When We Were Young and Unafraid’s Morgan Saylor on Homeland Hate & Being a Brooklyn Lifer

Age: 19

Hometown: Born in Chicago; raised in Decatur, GA

Current Role: A professional stage debut as Penny, who helps her mother (Cherry Jones) shelter women in distress at a remote bed-and-breakfast, in Manhattan Theatre Club’s world premiere of Sarah Treem’s When We Were Young and Unafraid.

Screen Cred: Saylor nailed the role of Dana Brody, the scowling teen fans loved to hate, in the first three seasons of Showtime’s hit spy drama Homeland.

“When I was about 12, I played Frankie in a reading of The Member of the Wedding at True Colors Theatre in Atlanta. People in the audience were crying, and I remember feeling proud that I could make them feel things.”

“I just got approved for my second gap year at the University of Chicago. My dream would be to study mathematics, which has always been my favorite subject. My palms are excited right now just thinking about it!”

“There’s a lot of estrogen in our dressing room. It’s phenomenal to be in the company of so many smart and talented women: Cherry [Jones], Zoe [Kazan] and Cherise [Boothe], and also Sarah [Treem, the playwright] and Pam [MacKinnon, the director]. I keep pinching myself.”

“It’s cool that people reacted so strongly to Dana [on Homeland]. I was never upset about it. Look at her life—her dad was a terrorist! I understand her and I love her. But it’s just a TV show, you know? We’re just telling stories.”

“I moved to New York with my boyfriend last summer. He’s a rock-climbing coach at Brooklyn Boulders and goes to school. We got a little place in Bed-Stuy [Brooklyn] and we love it. I honestly think I will live here for the rest of my life.”

“Cherry Jones makes fun of me because I never get nervous. Before the first performance, everyone was nervous, and I was like, ‘Guys, what are you doing? Just breathe!'”


When We Were Young And Unafraid – First look

Jun 4, 2014       Filed in Photos ,Theatre ,When We Were Young And Unafraid       Comments: 0

Manhattan Theatre Club’s world premiere of When We Were Young and Unafraid, the new play by Sarah Treem (‘House of Cards,’ ‘In Treatment’), directed by Tony Award winner Pam MacKinnon (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Clybourne Park), is currently in previews at MTC at New York City Center – Stage I, ahead of an official opening night on Tuesday, June 17. Tickets for the production are currently on sale through Sunday, August 10. Check out a first look below!


When We Were Young And Unafraid – Poster

May 16, 2014       Filed in Theatre ,When We Were Young And Unafraid       Comments: 0


29th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards – Photos

May 5, 2014       Filed in News ,Public Events       Comments: 0

Morgan Saylor attended the 29th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards yesterday in New York. I have added some pictures to the gallery


Zoe Kazan, Homeland’s Morgan Saylor & More to Join Cherry Jones in MTC’s When We Were Young and Unafraid

Apr 8, 2014       Filed in News ,When We Were Young And Unafraid       Comments: 0

Source Broadway.Com

The Manhattan Theatre Club has announced complete casting for the world premiere of Sarah Treem’s When We Were Young and Unafraid. Joining the previously announced Cherry Jones will be Zoe Kazan, Morgan Saylor, Cherise Boothe and Patch Darragh. The new play will have a limited engagement at the off-Broadway New York City Center – Stage 1, with performances beginning on May 21 prior to a June 17 opening.

Kazan has appeared on Broadway in A Behanding in Spokane, The Seagull and Come Back, Little Sheba and her screen credits include Revolutionary Road, It’s Complicated and Some Girls. Saylor co-stars in the Showtime series Homeland as Dana Brody. Boothe is best known for originating the role of Josephine in Ruined at MTC. Darragh has appeared on Broadway in Our Town.

When We Were Young and Unafraid is set inside an underground women’s shelter in the early 1970s—before Roe v. Wade, before the Violence Against Women Act, before women had places to turn in times of distress. Agnes (Jones) has turned her quiet bed and breakfast into one of the few spots where a woman on the run can seek refuge. But to Agnes’ dismay, her latest young runaway Mary Anne (Kazan) is having a profound influence on her teenage daughter Penny (Saylor), forcing each girl to question her destiny. And as the drums of the feminist revolution grow louder, Agnes is forced to confront her own presumptions about the people she’s been trying to help.

When We Were Young and Unafraid, directed by Pam McKinnon, will feature scenic design by Scott Pask, costumes by Jessica Pabst, lighting by Russell H. Champa, original music and sound design by Broken Chord and fight direction by Thomas Schall.