Please join writer, actor, director, and puppet artist Dan Hurlin on Wednesday, July 5 at 7:00 p.m. MSK as he talks about his career in the arts. Dan will share his insights about directing the Puppet lab at St. Ann’s in New York City and his teaching experience at Sarah Lawrence College where he taught theater-making, solo performance, dance composition and puppetry. Tune in and ask Dan your questions live!
About the guest speaker: Dan Hurlin
Writer, Actor, Director, and Puppet Artist Dan Hurlin’s work has been presented at multiple venues both nationally and internationally. His work has earned multiple awards — a New York Dance and Performance award (a.k.a. “BESSIE”), OBIE awards, a UNIMA-USA Citation of Excellence. He was nominated for an American Theater Wing Design award for his set design for his music theater piece “THE SHOULDER.” Dan has received fellowships in choreography from the NY Foundation for the Arts and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, fellowships in theater from The Alpert Foundation and USA Artists, and in 2014 he won the Jesse Howard Jr. Rome Prize in visual art. He directed the Puppet lab at St. Ann’s in New York City for nine years and was the director of the Graduate Program in Theater at Sarah Lawrence College where he taught theater-making, solo performance, dance composition and puppetry.
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