Charlie Morgan

Key details:

Historical Performance | Vocal Studies
Associate Head of Vocal Studies (Movement & Performer Health); Historical Stagecraft (Historical Performance); Movement (Vocal Studies)


Charlie studied at Guildhall School of Music & Drama and has an MA for training actors in movement. She also trained at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts and has a Performing Arts degree from The Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts.

Charlie works as a movement teacher for actors and singers and as a freelance movement director and choreographer specialising in Period Dance.

Movement Direction and Choreography credits include Timon of Athens, Venus and Adonis, Acteon (Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Hatchlands, Trinity Laban - Black Heath Halls, St Mary at Hill, New Maldon), Ceruleo, The Hired Man (Leicester Curve, Mercury Theatre), Saer Doliau (Finborough Theatre, Earls Court), The Time of my Life (Watford Palace Theatre), Flo+Sam:Operatic Salvage (Metal, Chalkwell Park), The Tower's of Ilium (Short Film), Dear Brutus and Badenheim 1939 (Guildhall School), Dick Whittington, Aladdin, The Wall, You can Always Hand Them Back, Cinderella, Quadrophenia, Jack and the Beanstalk, The Winter's Tale (Assistant Director), The Rivals, The Grapes of Wrath, King David, Man of Blood, Hell is Empty and All The Devil’s Are Here!, TWO, Sleeping Beauty, Iphigenia, Death of a Salesman, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Beauty and the Beast, Brass Balls (Mercury Theatre, Colchester). She has also worked on a variety of corporate events, commercial shows, drama school productions, summer schools and workshops. 

Acting credits include Alice in the promenade performance of Depot, the Constable in Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Chorus Leader in Iphigenia, Angelica in Sleeping Beauty, Murrelus / Cicero / Popilius / Cinna the poet / Pindarus in Julius Caesar, Constance Neville in She Stoops to Conquer, Jenny/Letta in Death of a Salesman, Jill in Jack & the Beanstalk, Christine in Miss Julie, Belle in Beauty & the Beast, Megan in Three Heads in a Well, Butler/Greenwool in The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui, So Shi in Aladdin, Lily Parr in Famous and Forgotten, Lady La Di Da in Cinderella. She has also appeared in Dick Whittington, Jack & the Beanstalk and The Vagina Monologues (Mercury Theatre, Colchester), Ensemble in the national tour of Stuart Little (Polka Theatre), Louise in Bodytalk (Mad Half Hour), Stars of the Musicals (West End International, Olympic stadium, Kuala Lumpar), Seaside Special (Pavilion Theatre, Cromer), and Cinderella (Theatre Royal, Norwich).

Television credits include: The Way We Live Now (ITV), The Bill (Pearson Television) and Where It’s At (Sky Digital).

Charlie has also worked at RADA, Drama Centre, Mountview, ALRA, Guildford Stage Academy, Italia Conti, The Institute, Dance East and Creative Partnerships.