Danielle came to New Mexico after touring as a company member of the International Broadway tour of STOMP. Prior to STOMP, she was an actor, solo performer, puppeteer and percussionist in New York City. Some of the roles she has performed as an actor in New Mexico include: Mrs. Muller in Doubt: A Parable with Ironweed Productions, Ariel in The Tempest with Theaterwork, multiple roles in Hellcab and Lilith in The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer both with Mother Road Theatre Company, Elizabeth in In the Next Room with Santa Fe Performing Arts, Van Helsing in Dracula directed by Shepard Sobel, founder of the Pearl Theater in New York City and La Marguise de Merteuil in Les liaisons Dangereuses directed by Jon Jory, formerly of the Actor’s Theater of Louisville. Danielle earned a B.F.A. in theater/acting graduating magna cum laude from Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Danielle has worked as an actor in film, television and new media. She performs two solo shows: Ask Louise and Hypnopompic.
Currently, Dani is an ensemble company member of Theater Grottecso. She is co-owner of RedQuyn Productions and curator of RedQuyn Space. Danielle is a wood carver specializing in puppets and a member of the Baumann Marionette Puppet Troupe.