York Innovative Theatre Award nominee Danielle Quisenberry's favorite
New York stage appearances include Mauvra in The Power of Darkness by
Leo Tolstoy Off Broadway at the Mint Theater, The Lady Beatrice in Much
Ado About Nothing and the Lady Macbeth for The Hudson Warehouse as well
as Helen in CP Taylor's Good for Manhattan Theatre Source. Additional
classical work includes many workshops at Columbia University with
Williamstown Directing Fellow Kim Weild supervised by Brian Kulick and
An alumna of The Internship Program at the Ensemble Studio Theatre she played opposite Sir Michael Cullen and Chris Ceraso in the workshop of The Bones of Giants and originated Prelude to the First Day and The Questioning at Emerging Artists Theatre where she is a long time company member. A practictioner of documentary and physical theatre style performance, she wrote and embodied characters for The Alphabet City series at The Metropolitan Playhouse for two seasons.
Look for her in the short film Proud Mary on the festival circuit in 2010 , as herself in the award winning doucmentary MadHot Ballroom and in your favorite bookstores on the cover of The Best 10 Minute Plays of 2005 published by Smith and Krauss.
She is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan, and The Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts, a member of AEA and SAG and on the faculties of The New York Film Academy, Alvin Ailey and The Actors Studio. She is grateful for the teachings of Wynn Handman and Joseph Chaikin and their influences on her work.
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