A long-time Raleigh resident, Jan Doub Morgan discovered the joys of live theatre as an undergraduate Spanish major at Wake Forest University. Post WFU, she worked as an actress with a bilingual touring company based in Santa Fe, NM, then studied at (and graduated from) the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, NYC. In addition to her foreign language and theatre training, Jan holds an MFA in Literary Arts from Brown University. In the Triangle, she has worked with NCSU TheatreFest, University Players, Actors’ Comedy Lab, Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy, Theatre Or, RLT, Second Avenue South, Delta Boys and other organizations. For Burning Coal, Jan has appeared in THE DEAD, HAMLET, and 1960 and was an assistant director/ Spanish language coach for WAY TO HEAVEN. As founder and director of TEATRO, Burning Coal’s program of creative dramatics for second language learners, Jan hopes to contribute to the growth of multi-cultural theatre in the Triangle.