Music-theater artist Daniel J. Brylow has contributed to the burgeoning field of contemporary opera and new music-theater as a stage director, performer, translator, and arts administrator. He has participated in the premiere of several new operas, including Judgment of Midas (Ince), Kocho (Ficher), Río de Sangre (Davis),
Border Towns (Brooke), and Time and Motion Study (Brooke). As a translator, his English-language adaptations of Don Giovanni (co-written with singer Tim Rebers), Der Ring des Nibelungen, Die Zauberflöte, and Les contes d'Hoffmann have been performed by such companies as Skylight Music Theatre and Milwaukee Opera Theatre, where he is on the administrative staff.
In the 2018-19 Season, Danny will serve as Production Dramaturg on a fully-staged, collaborative production of Carmina Burana, as well as directing his adaptation of The Tales of Hoffmann at Arbor Opera Theater. Danny is a graduate of Bennington College with a degree in Music and Drama, and the Wesley Balk Opera/Music-Theater Institute with an emphasis on Stage Direction.