» Victoria Morris

College of Performing Arts; Department of Theatre
Victoria Morris

As President and CEO of Lexikat Artists, Victoria manages a small highly curated list of diverse talent.  She also enjoys mentoring young developmental talent entering the Entertainment Industry.

She is an Award Winning Producer.  Her most recent producing credits include The Los Angeles Music Center’s BalletNow at The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion with Client, NYCB Principle Dancer Tiler Peck.   The Los Angeles Ovation Award Winning and Tony Nominated production of The Deaf West Revival of Spring Awakening Broadway and The Wallis Theatre in Los Angeles, choreographed by her client Spencer Liff.  If All The Sky Were Paper, A Chapman University Sponsored production: The Kennedy Center,  The Kirk Douglas Theatre, The Ovation Award Nominated production of Scary Musical The Musical, written by her client Richard Hochberg,and Biting Broadway.

As one of the Entertainment Industry first dance agents, Victoria assisted in the creation and development of a multimillion-dollar Dance Department in Los Angeles, the first to be dedicated to representing young and innovative dance talent from around the world. She then created the first live theatre department in a Commercial Talent Agency in Los Angeles. Subsequently, Victoria went on to open a New York Theatrical Division, which continues to represent actors for Television and Film,Broadway and Regional theatres.

For the past two decades Ms. Morris has continued to blend her love of dance and theatre and her exquisite eye for new young talent as an Artist Representative producing with and for her clients. She is an annual visiting teacher and producer at The University of Northern Colorado Musical Theatre Department and Pepperdine University. She serves on the Board of Directors for the International Organization Broadway Dreams and is a consultant for The Miracle Project.  Victoria believes in the power of the imagination and the creative process and continues to develop well-rounded, diverse, and lucrative stage careers for actors, directors, writers, and choreographers.