Daniel Spector has directed or coached actors on 35 productions of 25 Shakespeare plays. He's even directed a non-Shakespeare play: “Shakespeare’s R & J." Most recently, he directed “Othello” for the Kinetic Theater Ensemble. Daniel is a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab and is an alumnus of the Broadway Theatre Project. He has served as the Director of Training for the New York Neo-Classical Ensemble and directed their inaugural production of “Love’s Labor’s Lost” at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. He has served as a consultant to PBS on matters Shakespearean, moderated Artist Talks at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, led workshops for the Oklahoma Arts Institute, and produced many readings of new plays. A frequent collaborator in the classroom, he has taught with Alec Baldwin, Louis Scheeder, and Tim Carroll. Daniel holds a joint appointment with the Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing and the Department of Drama.
Education: B.F.A., M.A., New York University
Courses: The Classical Studio, Workshop in Shakespearean Verse, Heightened Language, Audition/Casting