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*Alice Beineke
in Andrew Lippa's musical The Addams Family
at Spreckels Performing Arts Center
"Harrington stands out as mother Alice, a Debbie Reynolds gone bonkers, totally winning us over with song and absurdity in the dark dinner game."
Jeanie K. Smith, The Addams Family review on Talkin' Broadway, October 16, 2018
*A Theatre Bay Area Awards Recommended Production

Top Photo: The Beineke Family - Lucas Beineke (Cooper Bennette), Alice Beineke (Morgan Harrington), Mal Beineke (Larry Williams)

Photography by Jeff Thomas, Santa Rosa California. Copyright © 2018.

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 Waiting - From left to right: 

Pugsley (Mario Herrera), Wednesday (Emma LeFever), Lucas (Cooper Beineke), Alice (Morgan Harrington), Mal (Larry Williams), Gomez (Peter T. Downey)

Photography by Jeff Thomas, Santa Rosa California. Copyright © 2018.

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iSING! San Francisco with Hao Jiang Tian
at the San Francisco War Memorial | Herbst Theatre



Original 美国中文电台 美国在线 8月28日


iSING! 田浩江舊金山音樂會完美落幕

iSING! San Francisco with Hao Jiang Tian Concert Ends Perfectly

~ Editing / Tan Yunxian,  July 6, 2018

"Their one-and-half-hour performance, which presented a Western repertoire coupled with some of the most popular Chinese vocal works, blew the audience away at the Herbst Theatre, an auditorium in the War Memorial and Performing Arts Center in downtown San Francisco on the US west coast."

~ CGTN, Xinhua News Agency, Chinese American singer delivers idea of US-China cultural exchanges in operatic way, July 2, 2018

Pre-Concert Publicity:

Joshua Kosman’s classical music picks, June 24

Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle, June 22, 2018

iSING!: Where Western Opera and Chinese Music Meet

JANOS GEREBEN, San Francisco Classical Voice, June 11, 2018

田浩江 iSING 六月唱響舊金山

~ Editing / Tan Yunxian, May 26, 2018

ISING艺术节旧金山站启动 著名华裔歌唱家田浩江唱响中国金曲

~  Editor: Jay, USCHINAPRESS.COM, May 22, 2018

iSING! 2018 Poster / iSING! International Young Artists Festival

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 Darling Family with Nana - Mr. Darling (David L. Yen), Mrs. Darling (Morgan Harrington), John (Tony Cavallero), Wendy (Lucy London), Michael (James Coté), Nana (Andy Templeton)

Photography by Jeff Thomas, Santa Rosa California. Copyright © 2018.

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 Captain Hook and Pirates - Captain Hook (David L. Yen) / Pirates from left to right: 

Smee (Craig Bainbridge), Mullins (Sam Coughlin), Jukes (Coury Murdock), Starkey (Dave Crone), Cecco (Ron Lam), Pirate Bonny (Morgan Harrington)

Photography by Jeff Thomas, Santa Rosa California. Copyright © 2018.

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*Mrs. Darling / Pirate / Grown-up Wendy 
in Morris (Moose) Charlap / Jule Styne's musical Peter Pan
at Spreckels Performing Arts Center

"Nice supporting work is done by Craig Bainbridge as Hook's right-hand man, Smee, Morgan Harrington as Mrs. Darling and the entire cast as Wendy's siblings, various warriors, pirates and Lost Boys."

Harry Duke, Bohemian, May 8, 2018


" ...whisk yourself to Spreckels Performing Arts Center for a most wonderful, magical and memorable journey. Spreckels Theatre Company has pulled out all the stops for this one, and it comes together beautifully, with a terrific cast, dynamite scenic visuals, and creative staging. Don't miss this stellar production..."

Jeanie K. Smith, Talkin' Broadway, May 14, 2018


"Spreckels’ swashbuckling ‘Peter Pan’ will delight any age—just clap your hands to believe, and watch the magic come to life in Rohnert Park."

Alexa Chipman, Sonoma County Gazette, May 15, 2018

*A Theatre Bay Area Awards Recommended Production

Graphic Design by Morgan Harrington © 2014-2016.

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*Cecily Pigeon in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple
at Cinnabar Theater

"Laughs also come via the Pigeon sisters (nicely played by Samantha Dakin and Morgan Harrington), a couple of British expatriates who are the source of the final conflict (and resolution) between Oscar and Felix."

~ Harry Duke, For All Events, April 4, 2017

"The supporting cast—Oscar’s Friday-night poker buddies and the neighborly twins, the Pigeon sisters (Samantha Dakin and Morgan Harrington)—are all extremely good, mining the text for laughs without losing sight of the characters’ inherent humanity."

~ David Templeton, North Bay Stage and Screen, April 5, 2017

A great pre-show article by David Templeton about The Odd Couple at Cinnabar Theater: Oscar and Felix: Still ‘Odd’ after 52 years,  ARGUS-COURIER, March 31, 2017

*A San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle's nominated production for the 42nd Annual Excellence in Theatre Awards for 2017 (2018 Awards)

Felix Unger (*Aaron Wilton) / Oscar Madison (Nathan Cummings)

Gwendolyn Pigeon (Samantha Dakin) / Cecily Pigeon (Morgan Harrington)

Photography by Eric Chazankin. Copyright © 2017. 

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*Appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional stage actors and stage managers in the United States

Tamino (Jacob Thompson) / Pamina (Morgan Harrington)

Photography by Eric Chazankin. Copyright © 2016. 

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Pamina in Mozart's The Magic Flute at Cinnabar Theater

"Soprano Morgan Harrington (Princess Pamina)'s [...] voice had ardent charm."


~ Terry McNeill, Classical Sonoma, Saturday, June 11, 2016


"The Queen’s daughter Pamina, [...] played by lovely Morgan Harrington [...]


~ Cari Lynn Pace, Marinscope, July 1, 2016



"....Princess Pamina (a radiant Morgan Harrington)....,"


~ David Templeton, The Bohemian, June 22, 2016

Budding Sonoma eyes Carnegie Hall

    by Dianne Reber Hart, Sonoma Valley Correspondent

    An interview for The Press Democrat

    December 12, 2014

An interview for The Press Democrat! If you're curious about my singing journey, A CHRISTMAS CAROL or my trip to China for the 2014 iSING! International Young Artists Festival, click here!

Photography by Jacky / iSING! International Young Artists Festival

Copyright © 2014. All rights reserved.


The Monterey County Pops!' 2014 Memorial Day Concert at Monterey City Hall (Colton Hall) Lawn. Photography by Peter Tuff. Copyright © 2014. 

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To Remember and Honor - A Memorial Day Concert 
Presented by The Monterey County Pops!
at Monterey City Hall (Colton Hall) Lawn

"The orchestra, led for more than two decades by Carl Christensen, was in top form, opening with the 'Star Spangled Banner,' followed by a medley of military anthems called 'Armed Forces Salute.' [...] 


"The concert also included spectacular vocals by baritone Peter Tuff, a Salinas native, and soprano Morgan Harrington, a former Monterey resident."


~ Dennis Taylor, Monterey Herald, May 26, 2014



Memorial Day Concert with Monterey County Pops! Video Press Conference

Perhaps Love: An Afternoon of Opera & Musical Theater

   Presented by the UUCMP Music Committee

   Peter Tuff, baritone; Morgan Harrington, soprano; Lucy Faridany, piano; David Gordon, narrator

   Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 3:00pm


"Harrington’s vocal prowess in the first half, “Meine Lippen, sie küssen so heiss” from Franz Lehar’s Giuditta more than convinced the audience of her “irresistible magic” with “My lips, they kiss with such fire.” Her wonderfully expressive face and huge vocal talent belied her small stature. In the second half she easily portrayed Mimi from Puccini’s La Boheme in Donde lieta usci leaving Rudolfo with a “goodbye, without hard feelings.” This heart wrenching emotion was sublimely portrayed. Other solo turns included “So In Love with you am I” from Cole Porter’s Kiss Me Kate with Harrington giving credence to the love/hate relationship with her ex-husband. “Vanilla Ice Cream” from Jerry Bock’s She Loves Me was a lovely confection of the emotion of discovery of deeper feelings."


~ MaryClare Martin / Peninsula Reviews / March 31, 2014



~ Scott MacClelland / Performing Arts Monterey Bay / March 31, 2014




Elsa Schraeder in The Sound of Music 
at Napa Valley Conservatory Theater


"Morgan Harrington exhibited a lovely voice in her nuanced portrayal of Elsa Schraeder, the Captain's wealthy fiancée...." (The Sound of Music)


~ Rosemarie Kempton, Napa Valley Register, April 11, 2013

 Capt. Georg von Trapp (Gabriel Hernandez) / Elsa Schraeder (Morgan Harrington)

Photography by Jeff Thomas, Santa Rosa California. Copyright © 2013.

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Donna Elvira in Mozart's Don Giovanni
at The Banff Centre's 2012 Opera as Theatre Program



"Her performances of this role [Donna Elvira] were poised and refined and full of nuance, and sung with great warmth and beauty."


~ Andrea Grant, Music Staff at University of Toronto, Opera Division; Opera as Theatre, The Banff Centre; Wexford Festival Opera; Opera Theatre of St. Louis

Photography by Donald Lee / The Banff Centre

Copyright © 2012. All rights reserved.


Graphic Design by Anita Werling

Copyright © 2011. All rights reserved.

Courtesy of the Delphi Preservation Society

The Marie Litta Commemorative Recital
Presented by The Delphi Preservation Society
Morgan Harrington, soprano
Piotr Wisniewski, piano


"Ms. Harrington's performance brought the audience to its feet demanding an encore!  Ms. Harrington's powerful, crystal clear soprano voice carried beautifully in the hall in a peformance made all the better by her dramatic ability and rapport with the audience."


~ Delphi Preservation Society Newsletter, May 20, 2011

" 'Combine her absolute knockout beauty with her knockout voice and knockout personality [and] you have a triple threat [...].' “


~ Director, Elly Lichenstein to Karina Salenger, Sonoma Valley Sun, 2005

Barbarina in Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro
at Cinnabar Opera Theater



 Count Almaviva  (Martin Lewis) / Barbarina (Morgan Harrington)

Photography by Jeff Thomas, Santa Rosa, California. Copyright © 2005.

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"In her solo opera debut at Cinnabar, Morgan Harrington makes a lively appearance as Barbarina, who fancies Cherubino. “


~ Dan Taylor, The Press Democrat, April 1, 2005

Perhaps Love
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