ENGINEER OF ARTISTIC EXPOSURE.
Dan hails from the (great) state of New Jersey, and grew up about an hour and a half outside of New York City, depending on traffic. He enjoys baseball, history, and H&M, and has shared (on separate occasions) airplane rides with Al Gore and Anderson Cooper. While on the ground, his focus is and has always been on the performing arts, in front of and behind the scenes, on stage and screen (and now web - thank you 21st century!). His undergraduate theatre education at New York University allowed him to meet his wonderful friends whom he is now thrilled to also call his (gasp!) co-workers. Daniel has assistant directed and co-produced NYU productions of The Lonesome West, Play It Again, Sam and Art. He has also been privileged to perform a variety of great roles in his life, including Jack Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest, Will Jackson in Red Elevator's inaugural short film In Bed, the Baron DeVarville in Camille, Marryin' Sam in Li'l Abner, V. Kirk in Logan Burdick's The Fall of the King and Grandma Tzeitel (seriously) in Fiddler on the Roof. His birthday is July 3, making him a Cancer. Other water signs, inquire within. Go Phillies.