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Daniel Elihu Kramer

Daniel Elihu Kramer

Daniel Elihu Kramer is an award-winning playwright and director. He is Associate Artistic Director at Chester Theatre Company, and a member of the theatre faculty at Smith College. His other produced plays include Love Suicide, Coyote Tales, The Story of Babar, and Many Moons. His latest work is Jane Eyre: A Memory, A Fever, A Dream, commissioned and produced by Available Light Theatre in 2013. Mr. Kramer's first feature film, Kitchen Hamlet, won multiple honors as an official selection at film festivals throughout the United States. Recent directing work includes Tryst, The Swan and The Turn of the Screw, at Chester Theatre Company, The Pillowman at Contemporary American Theatre Company, and A Midsummer Night's Dream at Boston Theatre Works, which won an Elliott Norton award for Outstanding Production. Mr. Kramer was a Founding Artistic Director of Salt Lake Shakespeare, and served as assistant to the Artistic Director of Circle Repertory Company in New York. He holds an MFA in directing from Yale School of Drama.


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