Dan Niven

Lynnwood, WA
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  • Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • Sex:male
  • Age Range: 40 - 55
  • Vocal Range: baritone
  • Eyes: blue
  • Hair: dark brown
  • Height: 6' 01"

In late June 2015, Dan appeared in two new works at Eclectic Theater’s 3rd Annual One-Act Play Fest: Len Goodisman’s A Stone’s Throw: A Serio-Comedy in Six Scenes Without Words, directed by Jonathan Reis, and The Sound of Her Wings, which Dan adapted from M. Barrett Miller’s Ice: A Journey in Isolation. Other stage work over the past year-and-a-half includes Len Goodisman’s Deer in the Headlights at the Seattle Center Armory’s Theatre 4 , and performances of two solo pieces at Eclectic—Jesuit Wingman and Diamond and Smoke—which Dan adapted from M. Barrett Miller’s book View from the Tent: Thoughts from a homeless man. Other portrayals include the narrator in He Would not Come Down and Joseph/Son-in-Law in O Holy Night: A Gospel Christmas, both with the Total Experience Gospel Choir; Prof. Marcus Cadman in Supraliminal with Seattle Immersive Theatre; and Wally in Wally’s Café with Woodinville Repertory Theatre. An avid singer, Dan is in his eighth year with the TEGC, which makes over one hundred choral appearances annually. In the spring of this year, the Choir sang back-up for Barry Manilow at the Key Arena, as well as for Heart’s Ann Wilson and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready at Club Ludo, a Seattle Symphony Fundraiser. The TEGC’s next trip will be to New Orleans in late August, providing a week of roll-up-your sleeves assistance at St. Augustine Catholic Church. Dan occasionally lends his voice to studio recording projects, and sings in two choirs at Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral. 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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