About the Company

Daniel Goldstein (Director) has regional credits that include The Servant of Two Masters at the Pittsburgh Public Theater (show and director named one of the year's ten best in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), Rapist James by Christopher Denham for Next Stages in Boston, and Floyd Collins for the Yale Dramatic Association. His New York credits include The Song of Songs, a musical he wrote with Michael Friedman based on the Sholem Aleichem story, and =celebration, written by and starring Ethan Sandler, which ran at the John Houseman Studio Theatre, and also played in San Francisco and the 2001 HBO Comedy Festival in Aspen. For the O'Neill Playwrights Conference, he has directed Erin Go Braugh-less by John Shea, Millicent Scowlworthy by Rob Handel, and Living Room in Africa by Bathsheba Doran, which will be seen this August at Gloucester Stage Company. He spent three seasons at the Williamstown Theater Festival and was the 2000 Boris Sagal Fellow. He recently served as the associate director for the Broadway musical All Shook Up and as the resident director for the first national tour of Mamma Mia! Mr. Goldstein holds a degree in performance studies from Northwestern University.

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