District 2

Date of Contest:

Tech Day (Oct. 27)  Performance (Oct. 28)

Location of Contest:

Prince of Peace Christian School FAC
4004 Midway Road
Carrollton, TX 75007

Dr. Philip Morgan


Dr. Morgan is humbled to serve as an adjudicator for today’s one-act play contest. He has served as a student competitor, teacher, department chair, playwright, clinician, college instructor and K-12 administrator for fine arts programs. Dr. Morgan is a lifetime member of TTAO, adamantly advocating the impact of participation in the UIL OAP contest, and is honored to serve its students. Phillip holds degrees in Theatre Arts (A.A. & B.F.A.), Business Communications (M.A.), and Educational Leadership (Ed.D.), and continues professional learning through various state fine arts administrator organizations. In his tenure as a critic judge, he has been honored to adjudicate multiple District, Bi-District, Area and Region level contests, as well as the TAPPS State One-Act Play Contest twice, and the UIL State One-Act Play contest three times. Professionally, Dr. Morgan is in his 11th year as a fine arts administrator, currently serving as Director of Fine Arts for the Plano Independent School District. Phillip was the 2018 recipient of the TxETA Founders Award, has served as Chair of the Texas Theatre Administrators, and currently serves as a Director at Large (officer) on the TTAO Board of Directors. Dr. Morgan is honored to have learned his love of the theater and the UIL OAP contest under his mentor, professor and friend, Ray Karrer.


All Saints Episcopal School – Tyler
“Over the River and Through the Woods”

Bishop Gorman Catholic School – Tyler

Dallas Christian School – Mesquite
“Digging Up the Boys”

Lucas Christian Academy- Lucas
“Lafayette #1”

Prince of Peace Christian School – Carrollton

The Brook Hill School – Bullard
“Reality Frights”

The Covenant School of Dallas – Dallas
“The Light Burns Blue”