Daniel Begin, Manager of Education Operations

Daniel Begin

Daniel Begin

Manager of Education Operations 

Daniel Begin
, M.Ed. (He/Him/His) is currently in his fourth full season here at The Huntington, and in his tenth year being a theatre educator. Previously, Daniel held the title of Education Associate before moving into his new position one season later. Daniel is a firm believer that “good theatre makes good people” and his professional goal is to aid in the development of the future generation of good humans.

As a lifelong Massachusetts resident, Daniel became involved in theatre through The Young Company at Greater Boston Stage Company, formerly Stoneham Theatre, in Stoneham, MA. After participating in their educational programs for over ten years, Daniel attended Emerson College where he earned a B.A. in Theatre Education and Performance. At Emerson, Daniel focused his studies in theatrical devising, educational dramaturgy, curriculum development, Theatre for Young Audiences and arts integration.

In the year following his graduation, Daniel taught theatre in Sitka, AK and then held the position of Education and Community Programs Fellow at the American Repertory Theater. While at the A.R.T. Daniel spent his time aiding in the development of educational toolkits and lobby displays, as well as teaching as a part of their Kids Company program. Following his time at the A.R.T., Daniel attended Merrimack College where he received his Masters of Education in Community Engagement. At Merrimack, he focused his studies in nonprofit management and leadership, social justice education, and community arts engagement. His studies culminated in his Graduate Capstone Project, Through the Looking Glass: Shining Light on Queer Identities.

The summer following his master’s program, he developed and taught a class in Community Arts Engagement for the Community Engagement Masters Program at Merrimack College. Daniel is also teaching artist at both The American Repertory Theater and Greater Boston Stage Company in addition to his work at The Huntington. To learn more about Daniel’s teaching and directing endeavors, check out

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