Daniel Pelzig’s previous Huntington credits include Hugh Wheeler’s Candide; Noel Coward’s Private Lives; George Furth’s Company; William S. Gilbert’s HMS Pinafore and The Mikado; and Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. On Broadway he choreographed 33 Variations (starring Jane Fonda) and A Year with Frog and Toad. His Off Broadway productions include Valhalla (New York Theatre Workshop), The New Moon (City Center Encores!), Regrets Only and Newyorkers (Manhattan Theatre Club), and Privates on Parade (Roundabout Theatre Company). His Boston credits include resident guest artist for the Dance Division of The Boston Conservatory, stage director of The Bartered Bride for Opera Boston, Don Giovanni and La Clemenza di Tito for Boston University Opera Institute, and four years as resident choreographer for Boston Ballet. Other recent credits include The Winter’s Tale (Guthrie Theater), My Fair Lady (Shaw Festival/Arena Stage), and Into the Woods (Alliance Theatre). Other regional theatres include Shakespeare Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Old Globe, Long Wharf Theatre, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Hollywood Bowl, and The Sondheim Celebration (Sweeney Todd at The Kennedy Center). His opera credits include Lucia di Lammermoor, La Sonnambula, Iphigenie en Tauride, and Armida at The Metropolitan Opera and productions for Teatro alla Scala, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Santa Fe Opera, Seattle Opera, and Chicago Opera Theatre. Mr. Pelzig’s most recent credits include choreographer for Guys and Dolls at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Carousel at Glimmerglass Festival, The Figaro Plays at the McCarter Theatre, and director/choreographer of Die Fledermaus at Houston Grand Opera and Romeo et Juliette at Kentucky Opera. He received his degree in cellular biology from Columbia University.
(As of July 2015)