Wendy is a dramatic coloratura soprano who has had a career in opera, oratorio and musical theater and performed as a soloist with orchestras across the United States from Lincoln Center to the Hollywood Bowl, in Asia, and Europe. In 2015 Mrs. Morgan-Hunter was a Teaching Artist with the Educational Center for the Arts and traveled with them to perform in China. Morgan-Hunter is also a voice teacher whose passion is to help people find their voice.
Wendy is the Founder and Managing Partner of Sweet T Productions with recent projects including the Broadway production of The Sound Inside starring Mary-Louise Parker, directed by David Cromer, the Broadway National Touring Production of Jitney, directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, The Visitor starring David Hyde Pierce by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, directed by Daniel Sullivan and based on the film by Tom McCarthy at The Public Theatre, and Endlings in partnership with Andre Braugher, playing at the New York Theatre Workshop and written by Celine Song. Her Sweet T Partner Chris Bolan is the director of A Secret Love which Netflix and Ryan Murphy presented and is available to see now.
Wendy has directed over 100 concerts and musicals in the United States, most recently with the New Haven Symphony. She has served as president of the National Association of Teachers of Singing for Connecticut, as Director of the Heida Hermann’s Competition, is a sought adjudicator, and is a former member of Westport’s Arts Advisory Council and the
Connecticut Alliance For Music’s board of directors.
A long-time supporter of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Wendy was awarded a BGC National Award for a theatre program she created. Wendy holds a BM from USC where she received the Marilyn Horne Endowment. Wendy and her husband Jeff Hunter, CEO of Talentism, are the parents of three grown children.