Daniel J. Rowe is the host and co-creator of the Bard Brawl and producer of the podcast. He is a fulltime reporter/photographer for the Eastern Door Newspaper.
Winter, 2014 – One to Seventeen
Coriolanus: Sicinius Velutus, Titus Lartius
Henry VI, part I: Reignier/Duke of Anjou, Lord John Talbot, Duke of Sommerset, Bastard of Orleans, Duke of Suffolk (temporarily)
King Lear: Lear (King of Britain), Oswald
Merchant of Venice: Bassiano, Salerino (Salerio), Portia, Salanio, Balthazar
Pericles: Helicanus, Phylemon, Cerymon, goddess Diana, lord, sailor, pirate, fisherman
Richard II: Henry Bullingbrook (King Henry IV), Lord Marshall, Duke of York, Sir Stephen Scroop, Duchess of York.
Romeo and Juliet: Romeo, County Paris, Lady Capulet, Lady Montague, Anthony, Old Capulet
Taming of the Shrew: Hortensio, Biondello, others
Timon of Athens: Poet, Apemantus, Lucullus, Servilius, Phrynia
Titus Andronicus: Marcus Andronicus, Aaron the Moor, Demetrius
Twelfth Night: Sebastian, Maria, Viola (briefly), Sir Andrew Aguecheek
Othello (1981); Jonathan Miller (director)
The Hollow Crown S01E01; Richard II, (2012); Rupert Goold (director)
Love’s Labour’s Lost; Kenneth Branagh (director)
Muse of Fire; (2013); Dan Poole and Giles Terera (writers/directors)
Richard III (1955); Laurence Olivier (director)
Taming of the Shrew (1980); Jonathan Miller (director)
The Tudors S03 E05 (Problems in the Reformation), (2009); Jeremy Podeswa (director); Michael Hirst (writer/creator).
West Side Story, (1961); Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise (directors); Ernest Lehman (writer)
Cymbeline (Bard on the Beach, 2014), Anita Rochon (director)
Cymbeline (The Public Theater, 2015), Daniel Sullivan (director)
Equivocation by Bill Cain, (Bard on the Beach, 2014), Michael Shamata (director)
The Merchant of Venice (Bard on the Beach, 2017), Nigel Shawn Williams (director)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bard on the Beach, 2014), Dean Paul Gibson (director)
Romeo & Juliet: Love is Love (Repercussion Theatre, 2018), Amanda Kellock (director)
The Tempest (Bard on the Beach, 2014), Meg Roe (director)
Othello director Alison Darcy.
Pericles director Brian B. Crowe.
McCreery, Conor and Anthony Del Col. Kill Shakespeare; IDW Publishing.
Moore, Christopher. The Serpent of Venice; Harper Collins, 2014.