Jennifer Morley has a BA in Dance from Hofstra University, an MFA in dance from Temple University, and a diploma in dance from the Laban Centre London.
Jennifer has a Pilates certification from Romana Kryzanowska and is currently working towards her Pilates Masters with Karen Carlson. She is also yoga certified.
Jennifer has performed extensively with Keith Thompson/ danceTactics, Olive Prince Dance, and Deborah Goffe’s Scapegoat Garden. She has performed with Willie Dorner, David Parker and the Bang Group,
Phil Grosser, Melanie Stewart, Leah Stein Dance Company, and KC Chun/Fresh Blood Productions.
Jennifer’s choreography has been presented in Philadelphia at the Painted Bride, The Community Education Center, the Adrienne Theatre, and the Conwell Dance Theatre, in New York at the Brooklyn Lyceum, the Evolving Arts Theatre (Dance New Amsterdam), St. Marks Church, and Peridance Center, and throughout the country at venues including the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford, and Happendance in Michigan.
Jennifer’s company, Jennifer Morley/Figments has been the recipient of two grants from New Stages for Dance. Her company is currently in residence at the CEC.
Jennifer has been on the faculty of Philadelphia’s nEW Festival and has set work on both the Figments Youth Dance Ensemble (Connecticut) and the Community Dance Project (Lansing) and has been a guest teacher in dance at numerous Universities including Central Connecticut State University, and Lansing Community College. Through danceTactics, Jennifer taught master classes at Duke University and the American Dance Festival in North Carolina.
Jennifer has taught guest taught Pilates at Body Precision Pilates and Rowan University. She taught a Pilates master class to the Charlottesville Ballet Company. She has been on staff at Dragos Gym and Real Pilates in New York City as
well as Beta Pilates in Wyncote, Pennsylvania.
In addition to her position as adjunct professor, Jennifer is also the Director of the Drexel Pilates Training Program, a 300 hour comprehensive Pilates training program created in partnership between the dance department and the Drexel Recreation Center.