Carson also dances and acts as assistant director for Christopher K. Morgan & Artists (CKM&A, directed by Christopher K. Morgan), resident company of 舞蹈 Place in Washington, D.C., with whom she has performed at the Millennium Stage at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Sidney Harman Hall, as well as the Alden 剧院 in McLean, Virginia. She has also traveled across the United States on a nine-city tour as rehearsal director and member of the creative and production team for Pōhaku. From her performance of Christopher Morgan’s solo work 销售出去由isitmodern描述一个“非常有天赋的舞者”卡森过气？和criticaldance的卡梅尔摩根观察她为“绝对撕得粉碎了而已。”卡森的编排已经获得好评也毫秒。卡梅尔摩根，形容她是在实现“一个舞蹈本垒打”她的2014工作， 剥夺。毫秒。摩根还指出卡森2018年的工作， b.u.g. [背光。照灯。眩光。] is another certified hit for Carson, and it would be a smart move for companies to commission her choreography.” Carson has conducted CKM&A’s annual winter and summer intensives as well as numerous residencies at universities and colleges, with Mr. Morgan, and has traveled with the company to France to conduct an intensive at the Ècole Superieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower. This is her ninth season with the company.
“Speaking of artistic growth, not only did I get to witness Morgan’s ascendance as a choreographer, but I was able to see tiffanie卡森 bloom, too. Each female performer in “In the Cold Room,” gave an outstanding performance, but Carson, who was recently named Assistant Director of CKM&A, eclipsed all I’ve seen her do in “Selling Out,” a 2011 solo originally choreographed by Morgan for himself. It was intensely interesting to see “销售出去,” a very personal work which has an abundance of masculine sorts of movement (flexed arm muscles, for example), performed by a woman. Carson shone as a someone conflicted about how to please others while maintaining one’s integrity. While she struggled with the selling it/selling out problem, she absolutely ripped the solo to shreds. What a joy it was to see Carson powerfully tackle this piece.” – Carmel Morgan, criticaldance.org