Danielle Frimer writes for theater, film, and interactive technology. Her plays include Monarchs (Theatre Viscera Queer Play Contest finalist), The Thin Veil, Between Friends (Brick Theatre, Irvington Town Hall Theatre’s Playwright Festival), The Honey of His Music Vows (CoHo Lab in Portland, Oregon), and Ground/Work (Yale). Screenplays include Sovanna (Netic Studios), Safe (with co-writer Fi Connors), and the shorts Made You Look and Dog Park. Her several award-winning interactive audio stories for Amazon Alexa include the Emmy-nominated Esme & Roy (Sesame Street), the Cannes Grand Prix winning Westworld: The Maze (HBO/Kilter Films), The Story of Lucky Charms (General Mills), and Bosch: A Detective’s Case (Amazon Studios).
As an actor, she specializes in developing new work, and has done so at places like Berkeley Rep’s Ground Floor, Z-Space, American Conservatory Theater, the Yale Institute for Music Theatre, NYMF, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Danielle holds a B.A. from Yale University, where she was the recipient of the Branford Arts Prize, and an M.F.A. from the American Conservatory Theater. She lives in the Hudson Valley with her fiancée, Kelty, and their dog, Dory. They’ve been told brother Nemo lives in the area, and they hope to find him one day.