Dana Greenfield is a Brooklyn transplant from Newtown, CT who develops new work and reimagines published plays. Her work has been see throughout New York (Sheen Center, Theater Row, Int'l WOW Haus, The Tank, Walkerspace, The Duo, Mabou Mines, DCTV...) and internationally, extending east to Romania and south to Buenos Aires. She has been in residence at the Barn Arts Collective and Chen Dance Center and has been a teaching artist at Molloy College CAP21 and Mott Haven Academy Charter School, among others. In film, Dana recently directed Morning Mourning, executive produced by David Bryan and directed Daniel Bernard Roumain's piece I Have Nothing To Do Except Love for Prototype Festival.
She has worked extensively under Lee Breuer, assisting him on The Gospel at Colonus at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, Mabou Mines' Glass Guignol, and Mabou Mines' Medea. Other assistantships include Graciela Daniele, Jorge Cachiero and Denis Hilton Reid. She graduated from Pace School of Performing Arts and Pace University Honors College Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Directing in 2016.
Dana is a member of The Lincoln Center Directors Lab and an associate member of the Stage Director and Choreographer's Society.
She is an associate producer for Sozo Artists, an international arts agency that empowers groundbreaking, risk-taking artists and develops creative content relevant in today’s dynamic and diverse global communities.
CV available upon request.
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