About Danielle Slavick
Currently performing in Frost Nixon at Bay Street Theater, Danielle has been a vital creative contributor, helping to develop new works in dozens of readings and workshops with Lincoln Center, Manhattan Theater Club, Playwrights Horizons, Williamstown Theatre Festival, The New Group, Atlantic Theater Company, Ars Nova, The Eugene O’Neill theater center and Clubbed Thumb working with artists like Sam Gold, Daniel Aukin, Jackson Gay, Carolyn Cantor, Lila Neugebauer, Clare Barron and Lucas Hnath. She is a frequent collaborator with the Lark Play Development Center, New Dramatists, and Page 73 productions.
She has originated and helped shape roles in world premieres of new plays with award winning writers such as Annie Baker, Sam Hunter, Robert Askins, Craig Wright, Adam Rapp, Halley Fieffer, Heidi Shreck, Sheila Callaghan and Kate Robin.
Broadway: The Other Place u/s (Joe Mantello/Manhattan Theatre Club). Off-Broadway includes: Through the Yellow Hour (Adam Rapp/Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), Bright New Boise (Davis McCallum/Partial Comfort), That Pretty Pretty or The Rape Play (Kip Fagan/Rattlestick), Blind (Lucie Tiberghien/Rattlestick), Love Song of an Albanian Sous Chef (Moritz von Stuelpnagel/Ensemble Studio Theatre) and the cover for all women in original productions of Annie Baker's Circle, Mirror, Transformation and The Flick (Sam Gold/Playwrights Horizons and Barrow Street Theatre). Regional includes: Residence (Hal Brooks/Actor's Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival), Sex With Strangers (Brandon Wooley/Portland Center Stage), A Permanent Image (Sam Hunter world premiere Kip Fagan/Boise Contemporary Theater) Plainsong (Kent Thompson/Denver Center) and The Diary of Anne Frank (Paul Barnes/Denver Center). TV/Film: While We're Young, Adult Beginners, recurring on "Hostages" and "Guiding Light"; "Unforgettable". Originally from Timberlake, Ohio Danielle lives in Brooklyn