So thankful to have been a part of the virtual production of Stephen Karam's The Humans at Olney Theatre Center, a recent New York Times Critics Pick:
I was fortunate enough to be on a panel of playwrights for Artists Envision The Future to talk about the future of theater after Covid. I spoke alongside Michael R Jackson, the recipient of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Lauren Gunderson, the most produced playwright in America for two years running, and Peter Marks, the chief critic at the Washington Post.
I'm an actress and playwright originally from Brooklyn, NY. I found my way to DC after graduating cum laude with a BFA in Acting from Ithaca College. When I'm not making art I run, Zen & Sugar where I work with women to help them heal disordered eating and body image using holistic modalities (and teach people to bake some pretty rad recipes)
Current and Upcoming Projects
My show Easy Women Smoking Loose Cigarettes was featured in the New York Times, as being a great source of entertainment during this time of social distancing. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/17/theater/theater-streaming.html
So excited to be joining with the incredible artists at Round House Theatre as a writer for their quarantine web series, Homebound. Episodes begin April 27th.
I feel so blessed because I have just accepted the role of Brigid in DC area premiere of Stephen Karam's Tony Award Winning play, The Humans. It is being directed by writer/director, Aaron Posner at The Olney Theatre Center. Buy tickets and learn more about the production here: https://www.olneytheatre.org/whats-playing/humans
So happy to announce that I have signed on with Bret Adams Ltd. as one of their represented playwrights! You can read more about my work with them here: http://www.bretadamsltd.net/content/client/plays/dani-stoller/
Excited to announce that I have accepted the role of Alesha in The Thanksgiving Play at The Olney Theatre Center.