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  • (September 2000) Directed the world premiere production of "Oh Happy Day," the "lost" stage play written by Graham Chapman and Barry Cryer.
  • (1998) Adapted the film Alferd Packer: The Musical (1993) into the stage play "Cannibal! The Musical." Some footage of the stage adaptation (directed by Daniels) can be seen on Troma's DVD of Alferd Packer: The Musical (1993).
  • TV commercial for Dreamland Barbecue (2001)
  • (March 3 to April 10, 2016) He directed Benjamin Scheuer's play, "The Lion," in association with Eva Price at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Benjamin Scheuer in the cast.
  • (January 6 to February 7, 2016) He directed Benjamin Scheuer's play, "The Lion," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Stage II) in New Haven, Connecticut with Benjamin Scheuer in the cast. Neil Patel was set designer. Jennifer Caprio was costume consultant. Ben Stanton was lighting designer. Leon Rothenberg was sound designer. Dom Ruggiero was production supervisor.
  • (September 11 to 30, 2007) He directed the musical, "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," in a Discover Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with David Hanbury (Hedwig/Tommy Gnosis); Angela Motter (Yitzhak); Scott Anthony (Schlatko/Lead Guitar); Jeff McAllister (Jacek/Percussion); Jon Spurney (Skszp/Keyboard); Jessica Lauren Howell (Roadie) and Bing Putney (Roadie) in the cast. John Cameron Mitchell wrote the book. Stephen Trask was composer and lyricist. Jon Spurney was music director.
  • (October 31 to November 18, 2007) He directed Joe Mantello's adaptation of David Sedaris' play, "The Santaland Diaries," in a Fifth Third Bank Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Oliver Wadsworth (David) in the cast. Joe Mantello was adapter.
  • (November 21 to December 23, 2007) He directed Barbara Field's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Fifth Third Bank Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with William McNulty (Ebenezer Scrooge); Mark J. Stringham (Bob Cratchit); Max Gordon Moore (Fred); David Hanbury (Marley, Young Marley, Grasper); Ann Hodapp (Mrs. Grigsby, Cook); Dara Jade Tiller (Ghost of Christmas Past, Mrs. Blakely); Isaac J. Kresse (Boy Scrooge, Simon); Fred Major (Schoolmaster, Undertaker); Emily Scott (Fan, Martha Cratchit); Nathan Gregory (Young Ebenezer, Snarkers); Sarah Nealis (Belle, Mrs. Fred); Lelund Durond Thompson (Dick Wilkins, Topper); Mark Sawyer Dailey (Mr. Fezziwig, Old Joe); Katie Blackerby (Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Dilber); Elizabeth Gilbert (Petunia Fezziwig, Dorothea); Teresa Wentzel (Marigold Fezziwig, Sophia); Immanuel Guest (Caroler, 2nd Man, Pallbearer); Chris Gaynor (Basil Fezziwig, Jeremiah, Tom Cratchit); Jessica Lauren Howell (Belinda Cratchit, Marjoram); Christopher Scheer (Ghost of Christmas Future, Fezziwig Guest, 1st Man); David Ryan Smith (Ghost of Christmas Present, Forrest); Sara Grace Wilson (Mrs. Cratchit); Samuel Blackerby Weible (Tiny Tim, Ignorance) and Bing Putney (Peter Cratchit, Billy, Fezziwig Child) in the cast. Gray Alston, Danielle Gay, Jesimiel R. Jenkins, Andy Lutz, Yuko Takeda and Jose Urbino played town people, party guests, carolers and children.
  • (January 1, 2008) He directed Michael Lew's play, "In Paris You Will Find Many Baguettes but Only One True Love," in Stay Tuned: Ten-Minute Plays (An Evening of Ten-Minute Plays) Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 2007-2008 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast.
  • (January 1, 2008) His play, "In Paris You Will Find Many Baguettes but Only One True Love," in Stay Tuned: Ten-Minute Plays (An Evening of Ten-Minute Plays) Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 2007-2008 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast.
  • (March 13, 2008) He directed Carly Mensch's play, "All Hail Hurricane Gordo," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Matthew Dellapina (Chaz); Patrick James Lynch (Gordo); Tracee Chimo (India) and William McNulty (Oscar) in the cast.
  • (March 28 to 29, 2008) He directed Michael Lew's play, "In Paris You Will Find Many Baguettes But Only One True Love ," in a Humana Festival (An evening of Ten-Minute Plays) Ten Minute Plays production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Brandie Moore (Lindy, an American tourist); Jessica Lauren Howell (Liz, her best friend) and Christopher Scheer (Ryan, a Parisian Street Mime) in the cast.
  • (January 22 to February 8, 2009) He directed Matt Callahan, Julie Felise Dubiner, David Hanbury, Jon Spurney and his play, "Rock and Roll: The Reunion Tour," was performed in a Discover Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Jeremy Lee Cudd (Terrance/Drums); David Hanbury (Johnny/Guitar); Rebecca Hart (Estro/Bass and Guitar); Ami Jhaveri (Narrator/Bass) and Jon Spurney (Teacher/Guitar) in the cast.
  • (September 9 to 28, 2008) He directed Andrew Bayiates, Sean Benjamin, Genevra Gallo, Chloe Johnston and Karen Weinberg's play, "43 Plays for 43 Presidents," in Discover Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Cassie Beck, Nick Cordileone, Abigail Bailey Maupin, Gregory Maupin and Aaron Munoz in the cast.
  • (November 26 to December 23, 2008) He directed Barbara Field's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Fifth Third Bank Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with William McNulty (Ebenezer Scrooge); J. Bernard Calloway (Bob Cratchit); Trent Blanton (Fred, Mr. Fezziwig); Nick Cordileone (Marley, Young Marley, Undertaker); David Keeton (Grasper, Townsperson); Ann Hodapp (Mrs. Grigsby, Cook); Daphne Gaines (Ghost of Christmas Past, Mrs. Blakely); Isaac J. Kresse (Boy Scrooge, Simon, Tom Cratchit); Fred Major (Schoolmaster, Old Joe); Matthew Baldiga (Young Ebenezer, Snarkers); Stephanie Weeks (Belle, Mrs. Fred); Jacob Wilhelmi (Fezziwig Guest, Topper); Catherine Bandeko (Fan, Martha Cratchit); Navida Stein (Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Dilber); Claudine Mboligikpelani Nako Marigold Fezziwig, Dorothea); Katharine Moeller (Petunia Fezziwig, Sophia); Alexandra Chand (Marjoram Fezziwig, Belinda Cratchit, Want); Chris Moore (Ghost of Christmas Future, Fezziwig Guest); David Ryan Smith (Ghost of Christmas Present, Forrest); Heidi Schreck (Mrs. Cratchit); Hero Isabella Cordileone (Tiny Tim, Ignorance, Basil Fezziwig); Hunter Mayfield (Peter Cratchit, Billy) and Steven Rausch (Dick Wilkins, Cecil) in the cast. David Michael Brown, Eric Eteuati, Ami Jhaveri, Clare Rose Kresse and Allison Moy played town people, party guests, carolers and children.
  • (January 19, 2009) He directed Jill Snow's play, "Every Day is Tuesday" in The Tens (An evening of ten-minute plays) 2008-2009 Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the Acting Apprentice Company in the cast.
  • (November 3 to 28, 2009) He directed Jean Shepherd's play, "A Christmas Story," in a Brown-Forman Series Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Jahne Kobi Brown (Helen Weathers); Carter Caldwell (Scut Farkas); Liam Craig (Ralph Parker); Peyton Evans (Esther Jane Alberry); Suzanne Friedline (Mother); Justin R.G. Holcomb (The Old Man); Isaac Joseph Kresse (Flick); Jack Lindsey (Schwartz); Ana Sferruzza (Miss Shields); Alex Underwood (Ralphie Parker) and Gabe Weible (Randy) in the cast.
  • (December 8 to 27, 2009) He directed Barbara Field's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Fifth Third Bank Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Dan Applegate (Young Ebenezer); Alexis Bronkovic (Fan); Ciaran Brown (Boy Scrooge, Simon, Tom Cratchit); Brandon T. Chinn (Ghost of Christmas Future, Fezzi Ghest); Walker Evans (Tiny Tim, Basil Fezziwig, Ignorance); Gylf Forsberg (Peter Cratchit, Townsperson); Drew Fracher (Bob Cratchit); Sherman Fracher (Mrs. Cratchit); John Gregorio (Fred, Mr. Fezziwig); Ann Hodapp (Mrs. Grigsby, Cook); Nathan Keepers (Marley, Young Marley, Undertaker, Topper); David Keeton (Grasper, Townsperson); Clare Rose Kresse (Belinda Cratchit, Fezzi Guest); Fred Major (Schoolmaster, Old Joe); William McNulty (Ebenezer Scrooge); David Ryan Smith (Ghost of Christmas Present, Forrest); Navida Stein (Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Dilbert); Monica West (Ghost of Christmas Past, Mrs. Blakely) and Elvy Yost (Belle, Mrs. Fred) in the cast. Alexandra Chand, Elise Coughlan, Michael Cox, Kara Davidson, David Darrow, Gwen Ellis, Zane Johnston, Brittany Parker, Tyler Jacob Rollinson, and York Walker played town people, party guests and carolers.
  • (January 5 to 31, 2010) He directed Marilyn Campbell and Curt Columbus' adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel, "Crime and Punishment," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Nick Cordileone (Raskolnikov); Lou Sumrall (Porfiry) and Jessica Wortham (Sonia) in the cast.
  • (March 12 to 28, 2010) He and Deborah Stein developed their play, "Heist!," in an Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 2009-2010 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast. Deborah Stein was also writer. He was also director. Adam Pinney and Rene Dellefont were animators.
  • (October 5 to 30, 2010) He directed Charles Ludlam's play, "The Mystery of Irma Vep," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Larry Bull (Jane, Twisden, Lord Edgar Hillcrest, An Intruder) and Blake DeLong (Nicodemus Underwood, Lady Enid Hillcrest, Alcazar, Pev Amir) in the cast. Jordan Brodess, Daniel Desmarais, Devin Olson, Brandon Peters and Zach Virden played the Egyptians.
  • (November 9 to 28, 2010) He directed Philip Grecian's adaptation of Jean Shepherd's story, "A Christmas Story," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • (December 7 to 23, 2010) He directed Barbara Field's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Fifth Third Bank Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • (November 9 to 28, 2010) He directed Philip Grecian's adaptation of Jean Shepherd's story, "A Christmas Story," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Kerri Alexander, Katie Blackerby, Jordan Brodess, Liam Craig, Justin R.G. Holcomb, Rebecca Haden, Emily Kunkel, Devin Olson, Sean Michael Palmer, Kizzie Schwarzrock, Alex Stage, Will Steele, Peter Vergari, Jessica Wortham, Carter Caldwell Will Devary, Jahne Kobi Brown, Jack Lindsey, Henry Miller, Arabella Paulovich and Gabe Weible. Scott Bradley was scenic designer. Brian J. Lilienthal was lighting designer. Matt Callahan was sound designer. Joe Cunningham was properties designer. Kathy Preher was production stage manager. Amy Wegener was Dramaturge. Delilah Smyth was movement coordinator. Zan Sawyer-Dailey was casting director.
  • (December 7 to 23, 2010) He directed Barbara Field's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Fifth Third Bank Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Kerri Alexander, Martina Bonolis, Jordan Brodess, Daniel Desmarais, Rebecca Haden, Ellen Haun, Devin Olson, Sean Michael Palmer, Lizzie Schwarzrock, Alex Stage and Ryan Westwood in the cast.
  • (March 24 to April 17, 2011) He directed Peter Sinn Nachtrieb's play, "Bob," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Jeffrey Binder (Bob); Aysan Celik (Chorus 1); Polly Lee (Chorus 2); Danny Scheie (Chorus 3) and Lou Sumrall (Chorus 4) in the cast.

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