Daniellla Topol director
Daniella Topol director
 

Mike Shapiro and Ethan Hova in “(Not) Water,” by Shelia Callighan at 3LD Art & Technology Center

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Rattlestick Names Daniella Topol Artistic Director
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UPCOMING DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTIONS

  • ACTUALLY, I DIDN'T by Anna Ziegler, reading at Williamstown Theatre Festival on July 8 
  • WE ARE AMONG US by Stephen Belber, workshop at New York Stage and Film, late July
  • INTELLIGENCE by Jacqueline Lawton, upcoming production at Arena Stage in 16-17
  • WATER, created in collaboration with Sheila Callaghan, upcoming production at 3LD with New Georges in June 2017

Daniella Topol director

 

Meet the Directors

The New York Times: Arts&Leisure

By ERIC GRODE
Published: January 31, 2013

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Staging A Sisterhood, NY TimesStaging a Sisterhood

The New York Times: Arts&Leisure

By PATRICK HEALY
Published: January 31, 2013

Clockwise from top left: Pam MacKinnon, Daniella Topol, Gaye Taylor Upchurch, Giovanna Sardelli, Patricia McGregor, Jackson Gay, Rebecca Taichman, Anne Kauffman, Rachel Chavkin, Jo Bonney, Leigh Silverman, May Adrales, Carolyn Cantor and Tina Landau.

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Daniella Topol

For more information, please contact Daniella at topoldaniella@gmail.com or her agent Seth Glewen, The Gersh Agency at sglewen@gersh.com or 212-997-1818.

Daniella Topol (Director)'s upcoming world premiere productions include: Rachel Bonds' Five Mile Lake (South Coast Rep), Cori Thomas’ When January Feels Like Summer (Ensemble Studio Theatre in a co-production with P73).  Recent world premiere productions include: Jessica Dickey’s Charles Ives Take Me Home (Rattlestick Theatre) and Row after Row (Women’s Project), Rajiv Joseph’s Monster at the Door (Alley Theatre), Lloyd Suh’s Jesus in India (Magic Theatre and MaYi Theatre), Carla Ching’s Sugarhouse at the Edge of the Wilderness (MaYi Theatre), Willy Holtzman’s The Morini Strad (City Theatre), Sheila Callaghan’s Dead City (New Georges) and Lascivious Something (Women’s Project), and Janet Allard and Niko Tsakalakos’ Pool Boy (Barrington Stage Company). Committed to developing programs that support new writers and new plays, Daniella has been the Associate Producing Director of the City Theatre, the New Works Program Director of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre and the Artistic Program Director of the Lark Play Development Center.  Daniella lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.

 

Daniellla Topol director