Daniel Krane
Joined 2019-11-07 16:44:12

Daniel Krane is the Editorial and Social Media Intern for The Civilians and a Brooklyn-based director and playwright. In addition to his work at the Civilians, he ran two successful seasons of Princeton Summer Theater as Artistic Director, and has worked for the Public Theater's Public Works program and the Brooklyn Arts Exchange. He has plays in development about siblings of people on the autism spectrum ("The Joshua Tree") and is directing a new play with music about Welsh mythology by Emma Watkins, called "Unbecoming". He received his B.A. from Princeton University in 2018, where he studied Portuguese and Theater. DanielKrane.com

Daniel Krane's articles

Tina Satter Unlocks the Drama of an FBI Transcript

Director Tina Satter on how she and Half Straddle brought a verbatim FBI transcript to life in "Is This A Room."

At Under the Radar, It’s “Mardi Gras for Experimental Theater”

Extended Play's Daniel Krane interviews Mark Russell, Director of the Under the Radar Festival, and "Andares" director Héctor Flores Komatsu.

Trap Music Meets Investigative Theater in Stacey Rose’s TRAPT

In this interview with Extended Play, the creative team behind "TRAPT," a new devised investigative theater piece about trap music, discusses their creative process and ongoing reckoning with trap music in advance of a presentation at Joe's Pub on December 16.

“Martha, the Last Pigeon” Lives Again: Behind the Scenes of the Music Video of a Michael Friedman Classic

Extended Play's Daniel Krane interviews Alix Lambert and Brian Young about the making of the music video for a classic Michael Friedman song and what Michael Friedman's work means to them.