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Shelley Daniel

Theatre Director

Shelley has served as theatre director since 2015. She holds a B.A. in Communication and Theatre Arts from Mercer University, an M.F.A. in Theatre with an emphasis in performance from the University of Southern Mississippi, and an active K-12 Licensure in Theatre and Speech. Prior to her work at Darlington, Shelley was a theatre teacher at South Side High School in Jackson, Tenn., for 11 years, during which time she was also an adjunct instructor at the University of Tennessee at Martin. She has directed and acted in numerous professional and collegiate theaters. Shelley also worked in New Concept Development for the Walt Disney Company and has led acting workshops for students of all ages. She has earned many awards and accolades for both teaching and performance.

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B.A. Mercer University
MFA University of Southern Mississippi

Darlington Digital Players Present "A Christmas Carol: Scrooge" (A Holiday Radio Drama) 

Upper School | Shelley Daniel, December 17, 2020
The Darlington Digital Players Repertory Company is pleased to present "A Christmas Carol: Scrooge," a radio drama written by Charles Dickens and adapted for the stage by Larry Quiggins.

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"10 Ways to Survive Life in a Quarantine" Screenshots

December 9, 2020
Enjoy these screenshots from the 6 to 8 Art Block Drama Class production of "10 Ways to Survive Live in a Quarantine", a virtual comedy written by Don Zolidis and produced with special arrangement by Playscripts, Inc. at www.playscripts.com.

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"Paper or Plastic?" Screenshots

December 9, 2020
Enjoy these screenshots from the Darlington Digital Players Repertory Company's presentation of “Paper or Plastic?”, a digital one-act comedy written by Werner Trieschmann and produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois. 

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6 to 8 Art Block Drama Class Presents "10 Ways to Survive Life in a Quarantine"

PK-8 | Shelley Daniel, December 8, 2020
The 6 to 8 Art Block Drama Class is pleased to present "10 Ways to Survive Live in a Quarantine", a virtual comedy written by Don Zolidis and produced with special arrangement by Playscripts, Inc. at www.playscripts.com.

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Darlington Digital Players Present "Paper or Plastic?"

Upper School | Shelley Daniel, December 3, 2020
The Darlington Digital Players Repertory Company is pleased to present “Paper or Plastic?”, a digital one act comedy written by Werner Trieschmann and produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois.

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Darlington Digital Players Repertory Company Presents "The Mystery of Custodia"

Fine Arts | Shelley Daniel, November 12, 2020
“The Mystery of Custodia!” is a musical comedy now showing for worldwide audiences on the school’s YouTube channel.

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Student's film selected for Rome International Film Festival

November 10, 2020
Here from Bulgaria for a one-year educational experience through the ASSIST Scholars program, junior boarding student Nadeja Spasova never imagined that her passion for filmmaking would result in one of her projects being selected for the Rome International Film Festival (RIFF).

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Upper School Theater Lab Presents "Stitched"

Upper School | Shelley Daniel, November 9, 2020
"Stitched" is an entirely student-written and student-performed production by the Upper School Theater Lab class that examines the common threads of our human experience during the 2020 lockdown and quarantine. 

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Theater productions shift from the stage to the screen

October 6, 2020
Four digital productions are currently underway by the Darlington Players and Upper School Theater Lab class.  

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Darlington Digital Players Chat With Playwright Larry Little

October 2, 2020
The Darlington Digital Players and theater lab students gathered in the chorus room during study hall to meet with Larry Little, lead producer at CPA Theatricals and LCG Entertainment, LLC, the companies he founded to provide musical theatre for under-served populations.

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