Morgan Bronk Lutz

Morgan Bronk Lutz is a dancer, choreographer, educator, creative director, and multimedia movement artist. She is well versed in every many dance genres including Ballet, Pointe, Contemporary, Modern, Jazz, Tap, Ballroom, Hip Hop, Aerial Silks, Lyra Hoop, Bungee Stunts, and more. As an arts advocate, Morgan is intrinsically motivated by creative community engagement and has a particular passion for supporting artistic undertakings with individuals who have mental, physical, and emotional disabilities.

Morgan grew up in Charleston, South Carolina and graduated from Charleston County School of the Arts as a dance major in 2017. She has completed coursework at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. In 2020, Morgan received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Theatre with honors from AMDA College of the Performing Arts in Hollywood, California. In 2021, she graduated from Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida as the Salutatorian with her Masters of Fine Arts in Film Production, with a concentration in screendance.

Her choreographic voice focuses on finding the connection between visual art and dance. She explores movement on and off the camera and aims to create thought-provoking bold work that explores movement abstraction within screendance and cinematography. Morgan gathers inspiration from motion and multimedia components and blends her dance choreography and artistic visions with experimental videography, screen projections, and editing. As a camera choreographer, she thrives in experimental and avant-garde approaches to cinema and dance. She explores movement on and off the camera. She has choreographed and directed music videos, live stage performances, screendance films, and site-specific work. Morgan was one of the resident choreographers for the Central Florida Choreographers Collaboration 2021 season representing the Orlando, Florida area.

Morgan has been dancing for 20 years and has done summer intensives with the Nashville Ballet, Orlando Ballet, and SC Ballet Conservatory at the University of South Carolina. Morgan danced at the Los Angeles SoFi Stadium for the Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show choreographed by Fatima Robinson for the musical artist’s Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J Blige, 50 Cent, and Eminem. Morgan has danced in the Discover Orange Bowl Halftime Show choreographed by Mandy Moore at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida for the musical artist Dierks Bentley. Morgan performed as an aerialist for the Orlando Creative City Project’s 2021 Immerse Festival. Her aerial silks solo, All I Want choreographed by Joyce Lemos, was seen on the WFTV 9 ABC News Station and was featured in the news article about the performing arts event. Morgan danced for the opening routine for the Charlotte Thanksgiving Day Parade which was broadcast regionally on WBTV, Channel 3 CBS. Morgan has danced and performed on the field for live broadcast television, in art galleries, parades, and music videos, and danced for camera films, festivals, and on the theatrical stage.

As a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) 200 hours with the Yoga Alliance (CA), she enters the Yoga industry with self-confidence and movement motivation. She also has a Meditation certificate and specialized training as a Restorative Yoga Teacher, Yin Yoga Teacher, Chair Yoga Teacher, and Ayurveda Specialist while also having a foundation in Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, and Kids Yoga. As a dance and creative movement teacher, she is certified as a Sugar Foot Therapy instructor, Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT) instructor, and has her Cecchetti Ballet Council of America Level 1 certification.

Currently, Morgan is one of the teaching artists and camera choreographers for the Invertigo’s Dancing Through Parkinson’s program. She collaborated with DTP’s Rachel Whiting and Dancing Through Parkinson’s Company to co-created Beyond The Reach, a screendance film and live dance show that was featured in the Mark Morris Dance for PD 20 year celebration of the hybrid dance festival.

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