Morgan Veldhuizen

Morgan Veldhuizen

Company Member

Morgan Veldhuizen is a Point Park University graduate with a B.A. in Dance, concentrating in modern.  There she was instructed by Garfield Lemonius, Jason McDole, Judith Leifer-Bentz, Doug Bentz, Reuben Graciani, and Kiesha Lalama White; and took master classes with Troy Powell and Desmond Richardson.  She also trained at the Broadway Theatre Project under the instruction of Debra McWaters and Herman Payne.

During her time in Pittsburgh, Morgan has focused much of her energy on choreography and composition.  Her most notable choreography projects have included: “Isn’t it Tactile?” (Student Choreographers Project), “Enjoy Your Worries” (Student Choreographers Project), “No Bad Dreams, No Paranoia” (Point Park University Showcase), and “Joyas” (Point Park University Showcase).  She characterizes her work as animated, dynamic, provocative, and alluring.  Morgan’s additional special skills include: improvisation, yoga, Pilates, rollerblading, ice skating, the worm, jump rope, and hand-to-hand stage combat.

Morgan’s most recent credits include: Module with Sidra Bell Dance New York, The Dirty Ball with Attack Theatre (Pittsburgh), “Hubbart Street: Fatum Inflictum” with Terence Marling (Point Park University), and “Side Street Walk” with Raphael Xavier (Point Park University).  She has also performed featured roles in Fame, The Wizard of Oz, Gypsy, and The Nutcracker.

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