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Danny Sharron

 
Bio:
Danny Sharron is a NYC-­based director and producer with a focus on developing new work. He is founding Artistic Director of UglyRhino Productions, a Brooklyn-based company aiming to make theater a social event by integrating live music, dance parties, and drinking into the theatrical experience. ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Danny Sharron is a NYC-­based director and producer with a focus on developing new work. He is founding Artistic Director of UglyRhino Productions, a Brooklyn-based company aiming to make theater a social event by integrating live music, dance parties, and drinking into the theatrical experience. ... (read complete bio)

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[Williamstown, MA (Regional), 2017]
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Back Row: Will Detlefsen, Nicole Watson, Danny Sharron, Roger Danforth, Louisa Proske Photo

Back Row: Will Detlefsen, Nicole Watson, Danny Sharron, Roger Danforth, Louisa Proske, Alexandru Mihail, Pam MacKinnon. Front Row: Lian Walden, Elizabeth Carlson, Raphael Massie, Samantha Saltzman, Stewart F. Lane, Bonnie Comley, Jamila Redd.

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05/16/2013

 

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Danny Sharron Biography

Danny Sharron is a NYC-­based director and producer with a focus on developing new work. He is founding Artistic Director of UglyRhino Productions, a Brooklyn-based company aiming to make theater a social event by integrating live music, dance parties, and drinking into the theatrical experience. He is also committed to creating work about the LGBTQ experience, and providing a platform from which the voices of that community can be heard. Danny was most recently at the Williamstown Theatre Festival as the 2016 Bill Foeller Directing Fellow, through which he developed The Model American alongside playwright Jason Kim. He also recently directed an environmental production of Taylor Mac’s OKAY with UglyRhino at Bushwick’s new Central Arts. Other directing credits: Ana Gasteyer: Swing With A Handsome Woman, jason&julia by Jenny Rachel Weiner (Williamstown); The Forest of Without by Bradley Cherna (Drama League); The School Play by Frank Winters (NYU/Strasberg); What It Means To Disappear Here by Jeremy J. Kamps, #nyc by Kyle Warren, Glamdromeda by Bryce Norbitz, and Ionesco's Rhinoceros (UglyRhino). Danny is currently a 2050 Directing Fellow with New York Theatre Workshop, and has developed work with The Public Theater, Ars Nova, Ma-Yi, and The Lark. He is an alumnus of the Ars Nova Director's Troupe, and was a 2013 Drama League Directing Fellow.




Danny Sharron News

Photos: Zachary Noah Piser to Step Into the Role of Evan Hansen in DEAR EVAN HANSEN B Photo Photos: Zachary Noah Piser to Step Into the Role of Evan Hansen in DEAR EVAN HANSEN Beginning Tonight!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 17, 2022

Tonight (May 17, 2022), Zachary Noah Piser, will step into the of ‘Evan Hansen’ on Broadway in Dear Evan Hansen, the Tony, Grammy and Oliver Award-winning musical. Piser, who has been part of the Dear Evan Hansen family since March 2019 and was most recently the ‘Evan’ alternate on Broadway, becomes the first Asian American actor to play the role full-time.

BWW Review: DEAR EVAN HANSEN at The Overture Center Photo BWW Review: DEAR EVAN HANSEN at The Overture Center
by Scott Rawson - May 12, 2022

Dear Evan Hansen has been a long-awaited show for this reviewer and it did not disappoint. The show was inspired by the true story of Benj Pasek, the show's lyricist, who, after a high school classmate died of a drug overdose, witnessed classmates tell false stories of being part of the deceased student's life.

Talia Simone Robinson Takes Over As Zoe Murphy in DEAR EVAN HANSEN Beginning Tonight Photo Talia Simone Robinson Takes Over As Zoe Murphy in DEAR EVAN HANSEN Beginning Tonight
by Team BWW - May 3, 2022

Tonight, May 3, Talia Simone Robinson will become the first Black actor to play Zoe Murphy in Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway full-time. Previously Zoe/Alana understudy, Robinson succeeds Gabriella Carruba, who played the role until May 1.

$25 Lottery Announced for DEAR EVAN HANSEN at Grand Rapids' DeVos Performance Hall Photo $25 Lottery Announced for DEAR EVAN HANSEN at Grand Rapids' DeVos Performance Hall
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 28, 2022

Dear Evan Hansen is coming to Grand Rapids’ DeVos Performance Hall May 3 – 8. In advance of the start of performances, the production announced today that it will host a digital ticket lottery offering fans the chance to purchase a limited number of $25 tickets available per performance.

DEAR EVAN HANSEN is Coming to the Wharton Center Photo DEAR EVAN HANSEN is Coming to the Wharton Center
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 27, 2022

Tickets to Wharton Center’s premiere of DEAR EVAN HANSEN are on sale now through the official Wharton Center Ticket Office, online

The Madison Premiere of DEAR EVAN HANSEN Comes to Overture Hall in May Photo The Madison Premiere of DEAR EVAN HANSEN Comes to Overture Hall in May
by Stephi Wild - Apr 25, 2022

In two weeks, Broadway's Dear Evan Hansen comes Overture Center for eight performances in Overture Hall, starting Tuesday, May 10 and running through Sunday, May 15.

DEAR EVAN HANSEN Announces $25 Digital Lottery For Every Performance At PPAC Photo DEAR EVAN HANSEN Announces $25 Digital Lottery For Every Performance At PPAC
by Stephi Wild - Apr 1, 2022

Dear Evan Hansen comes to Providence's Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC), April 5 – 10, 2022.  In advance of the start of performances, the production announced today that it will host a digital ticket lottery offering fans the chance to purchase a limited number of $25 tickets available per performance.

Photos: Get a Behind-The-Scenes Look at Ben Levi Ross in DEAR EVAN HANSEN Photo Photos: Get a Behind-The-Scenes Look at Ben Levi Ross in DEAR EVAN HANSEN
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 31, 2022

Ben Levi Ross was welcomed back to the Music Box Theatre (239 West 45th Street) on March 22, where he re-joined the Broadway company of Dear Evan Hansen as 'Evan Hansen.' Ross made his Broadway debut as a cover in Dear Evan Hansen in 2017, and went on to star as the original Evan in the first North American Tour.

Ben Levi Ross Returns to DEAR EVAN HANSEN Beginning Tomorrow For Eight Weeks Only Photo Ben Levi Ross Returns to DEAR EVAN HANSEN Beginning Tomorrow For Eight Weeks Only
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 21, 2022

Ben Levi Ross will be welcomed back to the Music Box Theatre (239 West 45th Street) this Tuesday, March 22, where he will re-join the Broadway company of Dear Evan Hansen as ‘Evan Hansen.’

DEAR EVAN HANSEN Announces Digital Lottery For Schenectady Photo DEAR EVAN HANSEN Announces Digital Lottery For Schenectady
by Stephi Wild - Mar 18, 2022

Dear Evan Hansen comes to Schenectady's Proctors Tuesday, March 22-Sunday, March 27. In advance of the start of performances, the production announced today that it will host a digital ticket lottery offering fans the chance to purchase a limited number of $25 tickets available per performance. 

Danny Sharron Videos

VIDEO: The Cast of DEAR EVAN HANSEN Toronto Sings 'You Will Be Found' VideoVIDEO: The Cast of DEAR EVAN HANSEN Toronto Sings 'You Will Be Found'
by Alan Henry - Apr 25, 2019

The Toronto company of Dear Evan Hansen celebrated their official opening night on March 28th! Check out the video below as the cast performs You Will Be Found on Breakfast Television! 

Exclusive Video: Go Inside Opening Night of DEAR EVAN HANSEN in Toronto with Pasek &  VideoExclusive Video: Go Inside Opening Night of DEAR EVAN HANSEN in Toronto with Pasek & Paul, Catherine O'Hara and More
by BroadwayWorld TV - Mar 31, 2019

The Toronto company of Dear Evan Hansen celebrated their official opening night on March 28th! The cast includes Robert Markus as 'Evan Hansen', Stephanie La Rochelle as 'Zoe Murphy', Jessica Sherman as 'Heidi Hansen', Claire Rankin as 'Cynthia Murphy', Evan Buliung as 'Larry Murphy', Sean Patrick Dolan as 'Connor Murphy', Alessandro Costantini as 'Jared Kleinman', and Shakura Dickson as 'Alana Beck', along with Zachary Noah Piser as the 'Evan' alternate and understudies Erin Breen, Malinda Carroll, Jay Davis, David Jeffery, Laura Mae Nason, Kaitlyn Santa Juana and Josh Strobl.