Dan Rogers directs theater: classics, new plays, opera, and multimedia. He is the co-founder of the Brooklyn-based theater collective AntiMatter, and former General Manager of the Obie-Award-winning Vampire Cowboys Theater Company. He is a 2015 Drama League Fellow. He holds an MFA in Directing from Brown University at Trinity Rep, where his directing credits include Shakespeare’s seafaring and storytelling epic Pericles, Sam Shepard’s rock & roll apocalypse musical Tooth of Crime, William Inge’s Bus Stop, and a touring production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
New York productions include premiers of The Fall of All Atomic Angels by Zach Rufa and The Stripperers by Eryk Aughenbaugh at the Public as part of the Brooklyn College Weasel Festival; sixsixsix by Gregory S. Moss, a black mass staged in a 20,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Brooklyn and Prague; Old Bones by Elise LeBreton, an immersive, augmented reality journey through Brooklyn; and the zombie western DEATH VALLEY by Adam Scott Mazer at the Bushwick Starr. Assistant directing includes Tristan und Isolde at ENO for Artistic Director Daniel Kramer, Jedermann at Salzburg Festspiele for Julian Crouch & Brian Mertes, and The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G by Qui Nguyen at Incubator. Dan plays trombone and helicon for the Lake Lucille Chekhov Project, and frequently performs with Providence’s own Extraordinary Rendition Band.