Staff & Board


Selena Anguiano

Selena Anguiano is privileged to have been involved in some of the most compelling artistic collaborations across the US and globally, from the Dallas Children’s Theatre to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in DC; Dancing Classrooms NYC and England’s London Bubble Theatre Company to the Cultural Offices of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi of Sharjah, UAE, and iMan Management Firm in Dubai, UAE, both under the auspices of The Little Art in Lahore, Pakistan. Recent artistic collaborations include Shakespeare Dallas, Undermain Theatre, House Party Theatre, and Jonathan G. Willen and Associates in DC. Consulting work includes fundraising strategies for the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, and the Faculty of Arts of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic; major event strategies for New Texas Symphony Orchestra; and successful nonprofit formation for the Luther Center of North Texas, Prague Philharmonia in the Czech Republic, and the National Hispanic Financial Coalition. She is the Grants Manager for the Dallas Museum of Art, and received her education at the University of Dallas, the University of Southern Mississippi and City University, London, England.


Aaron Zilbermann

Aaron is the founder and Executive Artistic Director of Metamorphosis. He is an educator, playwright, theater director and actor committed to working with various communities in order to effectuate social change. He worked as an English and drama teacher for OUSD in Oakland, CA for five years and then spent several years teaching in DISD. Aaron has worked with traditionally marginalized youth in a variety of capacities for eleven years. 


Ace Anderson






Morgana is a Dallas native, educator and actress. She currently holds the position as the Director of Education at llas Theater Center (DTC) and theater adjunct at El Centro Community College. She continues leading the charge in theater nd ducation through her work at DTC and through partnerships with Dallas ISD as a consultant for the Department of Dance and Theater and as part of the Arts Advisory Board at Booker T. Washington HSPVA. Prior to her work at Dallas Theater Center, Morgana worked as a theater director in Dallas ISD or over a span of eight years. She is a proud graduate of The University of North Texas (BA, Theater), and The University of Houston (MA, Theater Education).



Brent Welch has advocated for children for several years, working as a teacher in high-risk schools as well as volunteering with students in the Dallas County Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program, the Center for Survivors of Torture, and as a member of the National Black Child Development Institute. A singer by nature, he has performed throughout the country and has received numerous accolades in gospel and classical music. Brent graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2005, double-majoring in Psychology and Ethnic Studies and finished a Master’s degree from SMU in 2012, studying human systems and behavior. Brent brings to Metamorphosis a love for and dedication to the arts, a critical eye to social injustice, and a cheerful, positive attitude.