Danielle LaRose (she/her) is a multidisciplinary artist of Métis/Mennonite heritage based in amiskwâcîwaskahikan (Treaty 6, Métis Region 4). After graduating from Grant MacEwan University, she went on to obtain her Master’s degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and work in theatres across the UK for eight years. Upon returning to Turtle Island, she has appeared on stage as a performer, off-stage as a director, has written several plays, and composed original musical scores for the stage. She is currently developing her new play The Poisoner’s Daughter as member of the Punctuate! Theatre & Pemmican Collective Creatives' Cohort and through Catalyst Theatre's Confluence Artistic Fellowship.
photo by Steinhauer Photography
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