Dan Niven

Lynnwood, WA
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  • Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • Sex:male
  • Age Range: 40 - 50
  • Vocal Range: baritone
  • Eyes: blue
  • Hair: dark brown
  • Height: 6' 01"
  • Weight:195

Dan is currently appearing as Prof. Marcus Cadman in Seattle Immersive Theatre’s sold-out run of Supraliminal, now extended through November 15th. Tickets are still available for November 14th at www.strangertickets.com/Events/189993. Next up will be a 30-minute solo piece titled Jesuit Wingman, drawn from View from the Tent: Thoughts from a Homeless Man, compiled by M. Barrett Miller. Dan will present this new adaptation at Eclectic Theatre’s (longer) one-act Play Fest on December 12th and 18th, and tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/928384. Concurrently, Dan will be reprising his role of Joseph in O Holy Night: A Gospel Christmas with the Total Experience Gospel Choir, presented in five local venues. Performances are Dec. 5 – 21, and tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/802886. Dan’s stage work over the past year-and-a-half includes portrayals of Atreus in Diamond and Smoke at Eclectic Theatre, Wally in Wally’s Café at Woodinville Repertory Theatre, and Arvide Abernathy in Twelfth Night Productions’ Guys and Dolls. An avid singer, Dan is in his seventh year with the TEGC, which makes over one hundred choral appearances annually and is planning a trip to Tanzania in July 2015. Dan also sings in two choirs at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, and does occasional backup session work. On the instrumental side, Dan plays trombone in the UW Husky Marching Band Alumni Association, and in July 2014 helped spread musical cheer internationally on a Varsity-Alumni Band performance tour to New Orleans and Cozumel, Mexico.



Professions/skills: Voice Talent;Stage Manager;Singer;Musician;Director;Actor


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