Gregg T. Daniel

Gregg T. Daniel

Adjunct Lecturer
MFA, National University
BFA, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts

Gregg T. Daniel is a faculty member of the USC School of Dramatic Arts. He most recently directed the Los Angeles premiere of Honky by Greg Kalleres for Rogue Machine Theatre. He also directed a revival of August Wilson’s Fences for Long Beach’s International City Theatre. The production received nominations from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, Ovation and StageScene LA awards. Other work include a revival of Alice Childress’ Wedding Band, A Love/Hate Story in Black and White for the Antaeus Company (Winner, 2014 Stage Raw awards Best Revival and Best Ensemble). Additional L.A. credits include Lee Blessing’s Cobb, Eric Simonson’s, Lombardi, Frank McGuinness’ Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Broadway World nomination for Best Director) and the Tom Stoppard translation of Heroes for Group Repertory Theatre. Regionally, he directed the New Jersey premiere of Katori Hall’s The Mountain Top for Cape May Stage and The Whipping Man by Matthew Lopez. Daniel received a Best Director nomination from the NAACP Theatre Awards for the West Coast premiere of Kwame Kwei-Armah’s Elmina’s Kitchen (Winner, NAACP’s Best Ensemble category.)