MORGAN ROSE is a playwright and performance maker originally from New Orleans in the United States, who currently lives in Melbourne. Works written and produced for the stage include Lord Willing and the Creek Don’t Rise, Virgins and Cowboys, F., Death Match, desert 6:29pm, and Little Girls Alone in the Woods. She has studied with SITI Company (NYC, USA), Pacific Performance Project (Seattle, USA), Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre (Brisbane, Australia), and Dairakudakan (Hakuba, Japan). From 2006 – 2010 she was co-founder and co-artistic director of the Seattle-based theatre company Two Hours Traffic. She completed a Master of Writing for Performance at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2013. She is currently the resident writer at Riot Stage, a Melbourne theatre company that devises new work with teenagers. She is co-founder of the dramaturgy initiative Lonely Company, a company that gives one-on-one assistance to playwrights during the often unsupported first stages of creating new work.