Danny Bryck is a Boston-based actor and playwright, and the author of No Room for Wishing, a one-man documentary play based on interviews with people involved in Occupy Boston. The show premiered in Boston in 2012 with Company One, Central Square Theater and Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, and has since toured New York and Massachusetts, including performances at Theater at St. Clement’s and the Outside the Box Festival, and was nominated for Best New Play and Best Solo Performance by the Independent Reviewers of New England.

His latest documentary project is The River and the Sea (working title), a play based on interviews from Israel/Palestine, which will receive a staged reading at New Repertory Theatre on March 24, 2014 as part of the Next Rep Festival.

Boston acting credits include The Cherry Orchard, Cymbeline and Troilus and Cressida (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), RENT (New Repertory Theatre), Breaking the Code (Underground Railway Theater; IRNE nomination), The Real Inspector Hound (Publick Theatre), The Corn is Green (Huntington Theatre Company), The Donkey Show (American Repertory Theater), The Nutcracker (Stoneham Theatre), and title roles in Cyrano de Bergerac (Apollinaire Theatre Company), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Blue Spruce Theatre; IRNE nomination) and Romeo & Juliet (Shakespeare Now!). He has performed in New York with The Civilians and New Perspectives Theatre Company, and was an artistic associate with Whistler in the Dark Theatre for three years, where acting credits include A Number, Family Stories, and the IRNE award-winning Tales from Ovid at ArtsEmerson.

He works as a dialect and accent modification coach and theatre educator, and has appeared on the daytime drama As the World Turns and in a handful of independent films, including The Rasmussen Brothers’ Dark Feed. His play Love in the Time of Time Travel, co-written with A. Vincent Ularich, was given a staged reading at OBERON, A.R.T.’s second stage.

Danny is a recipient of the David Wheeler Award for emerging talent in the Boston theatre scene. He holds a BFA from Boston University’s School of Theatre and studied at the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art, and is a member of Actors’ Equity Association.


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