Larry Daniels

By School of Performing Arts

Larry Daniels is a storyteller new to the Wichita, KS artistic community. During his professional career in NYC, he spent 2016-2020 as a company member of Third Rail Project’s Bessie Award-Winning immersive theater production, Then She Fell; an experiential performance combining a “hospital ward, the writings of Lewis Carroll, and only 15 audience members.” His time at Then She Fell developed his interest in teaching and creating immersive work as a means of engaging audiences in a non-traditional format of storytelling. Combining both movement and text to build a world where the audience can become a part of the story is a driving force in his creative projects. Larry has had the privilege of working with White Wave Young Soon Kim Dance Company, Megan Bascom & Dancers, and Mike Esperanza’s BARE Dance Company; Larry received his BFA in Dance from the University of California Santa Barbara where he performed works by Lar Lubovitch, Jennifer Muller, Austin McCormick, Christopher Pilafian, Nancy Colohan, and Mira Kingsley, and is currently pursuing his MA in Arts Leadership & Management at Wichita State University. Additionally, he is a Program Manager for Community Initiatives at WSU’s Public Policy and Management Center.

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