Danielle wrote the book for the Brooklyn Music School's second original children's production called To Dream a World. Catch her interview here.
Danielle wrote the book for Brooklyn Music School's original children's musical Little Red Riding Hood. She is also performing as the Narrator. https://www.broadwayworld.com/brooklyn/article/Brooklyn-Music-School-to-Present-LITTLE-RED-RIDING-HOOD-20171107
Danielle heads to Burlington, Vermont for July to study with Scott Zigler at the Atlantic Theater Company's summer intensive.
Danielle created a new podcast with friend and co-host Anna Gill called You Brought Her, where they discuss their experience of navigating New York City in their twenties with help from their funny, spiritual, artsy, and nerdy collection of friends and mentors. Download it on iTunes today! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/you-brought-her/id1113257297?mt=2
Danielle started co-hosting a podcast with a fellow improvisor and badass woman, Karen Frances. It's Good Morning Grandmas, where two introverts who live in “the city that never sleeps...in” lead listeners on a chuckle-inducing frolic through the important things in life: fame, fortune, and breakfast sandwiches. Guests on the show are required to meet them at 7:30 AM. Download it on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/good-morning-grandmas/id1036270272?mt=2
Danielle is recording an audiobook for Penner Publishing, Ditch Flowers, to be released later this year: http://www.pennerpublishing.com/penner_author/amanda-linsmeier/
If you're wondering who did Danielle's headshots, her name is Xanthe Elbrick. She is amazing.
Danielle is currently writing and producing her first screenplay. It's about a girl who finds her voice in an unexpected place. It is inspired by her time working at the legendary Union Square Cafe, which is about to close (but will re-open next year, don't worry) after 30 years. You really should experience it! http://www.unionsquarecafe.com/