Directing all styles and genres of plays and musicals
Fight choreography and staged violence
Daniel received his B.A. in Communications & Theatre from Wheaton College, and his M.F.A. in Theatre Directing from Baylor University.
THEA 110: Introduction to Theatre
THEA 120: Acting One
THEA 223: Acting Two
THEA 230: Play Directing One
THEA 330: Play Directing Two
THEA 340: Theatre History One
THEA 341: Theatre History Two
Daniel Inouye is a multi-award winning director, teacher, artistic director, playwright, dramaturg and occasional actor. Daniel's love for theatre began in grade school during a performance of King Lear and since then has grown into a desire to produce high-quality performances and to mentor others in the field. After receiving a B.A. in Theatre/Communications from Wheaton College, he completed an M.F.A. in Directing at Baylor University. In addition to directing shows in NYC, Chicago and across the southern states, Daniel's career includes a variety of theatre-related experiences including managing a community theatre, assisting start-up arts organizations, and co-writing educational plays for youth. Career accolades include a Drama Desk Award nomination for the revival of Horton Foote's The Traveling Lady, for which Daniel was assistant director.