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Executive and Co-Artistic Director
Jason Morgan is a graduate of Texas Woman's University with a Master of Arts in theatre and Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre. As an actor, Jason has appeared in over one hundred stage and independent film productions. For The Stolen Shakespeare Guild, he has played Touchstone and Adam in As You Like It; Shakespeare in Dark Lady Of The Sonnets; Claudio, Polonius, & Shakespeare in The Fifteen Minute Hamlet; Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing; Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Petrucio in Taming of the Shrew. In the DFW area, he has performed at Theatre Arlington, Rover Dramawerks, Museum of Modern Art of Ft. Worth, NM Productions, Pocket Sandwich Theatre, ICT, Onstage, Runway Theatre, and many more. Some of his directing credits Include Ginger Goldman's Francines's Mitzvah's  at the Pocket Sandwich Theatre, Bye Bye Birdie  at Artisan Center Theatre, Barefoot In The Park & Run For Your Wife  at Onstage, and CSF 2007, As You Like It, From The Beginning To The Nativity, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Love's Labour's Lost, Double Falsehood, and Anything Goes for The Stolen Shakespeare Guild. Jason is a former teacher and director at Tarrant County College, South Campus. Some of the productions he has directed at TCC are Suburbia, The Forigner, Sylvia, Two Rooms, Extremities, and As You Like It.
Co - Executive and Artistic Director
As a native of California, Lauren has worked throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. She has performed with Masquer’s Playhouse, Chanticleer’s Theatre, Amador Theatre, Lyric Theatre, Playwrights Center of San Francisco, and Diablo Light Opera. Some of the roles she has played while in San Francisco were Laurey in Oklahoma, Luisa in The Fantasticks, and Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods. Lauren received her theatre training from San Francisco State University and has a Bachelor of Music degree from Texas Christian University. After graduating, Lauren has performed at some of the top theatre companies in the DFW area, including Lyric Stage, Plano Repertory Theatre, Fort Worth Opera at Bass Hall, Artisan Center Theatre, and Theatre Arlington. Her favorite roles include Marian Paroo in The Music Man, Milly in Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, and Bobby Melrose in Stage Door. Also, she has performed with The Fort Worth Opera Company in the productions of Romeo et Juliette, Dialogues of The Carmelites and La Boheme. For The Stolen Shakespeare Guild, she has been seen on stage in the roles of Hero in Much Ado About Nothing, Celia in As You Like It, and Ophelia in The Fifteen–Minute Hamlet. In addition she has a passion for arts education and teaches voice lessons at South Lake Music Academy, and has also taught classes for young people in acting, musical theatre, and Shakespeare.

Youth Director


Katreeva Phillips is happy to be a part of such a wonderful organization. She directs all the Billy's Globe House productions and writes many of them. She graduated from TX Wesleyan, and taught for 3 years at BISD. She's performed for programs including Lyric Stage, Casa Mañana, Fort Worth Opera and Stage West.

Artistic Associate


Nathan Autrey is a graduate of The University of North Texas with a B.F.A. specialized in Acting and Directing. He has studied Directing in Ireland at The University of Ulster under Carol Ann Upton a direct pupil of Pinter and under Marjorie Hayes a pupil of Growtoski. He is currently a graduate research assistant at Baylor University where he is earning his M.F.A in Directing. Nathan is a co-founder of the theatre company Broken Gears Project theatre in Dallas, where he directed and acted in numerous productions, including the direction of a production of John Patrick Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea voted by Dallas Morning News, one of the top ten plays of 2010 in Dallas. As well as a U.S. premiere of Valerie Goodwin’s The Magdalen Whitewash with a featured talk back with Valerie Goodwin from England. Nathan has acted with Stolen Shakespeare Guild, Second Thought Theatre, and Nouveau 47. He has directed at University of North Texas Theatre Department, University of Ulster (Ireland), Poor Man Theatre Group, Duncanville Community Theatre, Baylor University Theatre and Stolen Shakespeare Guild. Nathan is currently in New York attending the Actor's Studio for an MFA in directing.