|Will Travel:||5 miles|
|Subject||Age/level and price|
Elementary School - $40
Middle School - $40
High School - $40
Ages 5 - 8 - $40
Ages 9 - 12 - $40
Ages 13 - 16 - $40
Ages 17 - 20 - $40
Beginners - $40
Middle School - $40 - 60min
High School - $40 - 60min
Ages 5 - 8 - $40 - 60min
Ages 9 - 12 - $40 - 60min
Ages 13 - 16 - $40 - 60min
Ages 17 - 20 - $40 - 60min
Beginners - $40 - 60min
|Washington state University||Pullman Wa||Theatre Arts||Primary|
Daniel H. is an inspired and dedicated independent drama instructor, coach and educational theatre advocate. His mission has been to develop and present creative pathways through the performing arts for students in grades K-12 and their families. He believes strongly that by presenting instruction and performances in the numerous disciplines, he hopes to establish an understanding of the arts through education resulting in a meaningful appreciation of their intrinsic value. He believes that a child’s involvement in the performing arts will help to build self-confidence and foster creativity.
He began his career by touring throughout the state of Washington performing children's theatre to numerous school and civic venues. In 1980 he began his extensive Southern California drama experience.
Daniel has taught creative Dramatics for the ABC Unified, Fullerton School District as well as the Placentia-Linda School District. Most recently Mr. H. taught full time as a junior high drama, television broadcasting, K-5 computer instructor for Fairmont Private Private Schools
He is the founder and creator of Broadway on Tour, “children bringing theatre to children” (1988-2018)
Daniel, an enthusiastic advocate for educational theatre, has judged for numerous high school and college theatre festivals throughout Southern California including but not limited to DTASC (Drama Teacher Association Southern California) and CETA (California Educational Theatre Association).
In addition to coaching speech and debate, Daniel judged numerous tournaments for the Orange County Debate League.
With his passionate, creative and humorous delivery style, Daniel takes great pride in providing his students with a strong sense of “ownership” He is a true believer of the Benjamin Franklin quote; “Tell me and I forget, Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I www.*** ;
West coast audiences have seem him in the roles of Uncle Max in Sound of Music, The Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz, Mr. Smee and Nana In Peter Pan (roles he also performed with Cathy Rigby), Mr. Lundie in Brigadoon, Daddy Warbucks in Annie, Owl in Winnie the Pooh (Actor's Equity for the Roxy theatre in Hollywood), Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, the Pilot in The Little Prince, the Big Bad Wolf in Little Red.