“It is my artistic philosophy that “creativity” is a dynamic element within everyone; making it possible for us to do things we never dreamed we could. I encourage students to find their own voice, vision, and style through self-discovery, social interaction, and free-expression. I see my role as a guide providing the creative process to spark students’ curiosity about art and life.”
Danielle Daniel is an actress, storyteller, and teaching artist. Her career includes a wide variety of theater projects including storytelling programs and workshops. She is author of a children’s book, The Ghost of Old Man Willie. Danielle’s plays have been presented at the Southern Theater, the Pillsbury Theater, Purdue University and the Paramount Theater in St. Cloud, Minnesota. Her tours shows and storytelling programs have received rave reviews from educators, parents, community organizations, and most importantly students of all ages.
Danielle is a recipient of a LIN Grant, Minnesota State Arts Board Fellowship, Jerome Fellowship and a Many Voices Award from the Playwright Center. Danielle has a Bachelors of Arts degree in Communications from the University of Minnesota, and completed The Kennedy Performing Arts Center’s “Artists as Educators” program through Northern Iowa University.