DANIEL C. LEVINE
is thrilled to serve as Artistic Director of ACT of CT. Daniel has appeared on Broadway and in the Broadway National Tours of: Mamma Mia!, Little Shop Of Horrors, The Rocky Horror Show, Jesus Christ Superstar (Tony nomination for Best Revival), Chicago, Les Miserables, and Tommy. Daniel was nominated for Best Actor in a Musical by The League of American Theaters and Producers, for his role as Cousin Kevin in The Who’s Tommy. He also originated the role of Mary Sunshine in the Broadway National tour of Chicago. Daniel has worked extensively across the country and has been seen in: Oklahoma! (5th Avenue, Seattle), Net to Normal (Seven Angels Theater), Guys & Dolls (The Ordway Theater, Minneapolis), Company (5th Avenue, Seattle), Man Of La Mancha (Cleveland Playhouse), Sweet Charity (West Virginia Public), Jesus Christ Superstar (North Carolina Theater and Kansas City Starlight), Joseph…..Dreamcoat (North Shore Music Theater, Boston), and Evita (Music Theater of CT). Daniel is the creator, producer, and director of Broadway Backstage!, Dancin’ Broadway, and American Dance Spectacular! – all which have toured throughout the U.S. He is the creator and director of Born To Dance, a multi-media production performed throughout the fleet of ships on Princess Cruise Lines, in collaboration with Stephen Schwartz. Daniel serves as Artistic Advisor for The Ridgefield Playhouse Broadway & Cabaret Series in Ridgefield, CT and has directed Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar, Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and An Evening With Joel Grey at The Playhouse. He graduated Brandeis University and attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. At ACT of CT, Daniel has directed Mamma Mia!, Evita (for which he won the 2018 Broadway World CT Best Director of a Musical), Working (which he re-conceived with Stephen Schwartz), and Godspell. Daniel returned to his performing roots and played “The Dentist” in ACT’s production of Little Shop Of Horrors, and was also thrilled to star alongside Katie Diamond and Bryan Perri in ACT’s first production of their third season, The Last Five Years.