"The comic highlight of the production comes from Paul, a man who peppers conversation with Cindy, a witty and sparkling Danielle Bourgeois."
- Amanda Smith, Braintree Patch
To Gillian on her 37th Birthday
"The acting and dialogue is excellent and natural."
- Claudette Godfrey, SXSW
Darling Can You Answer the Door
"Wiser than she appears and unhappy about her own wisdom.
- Brett Ableman, DC Theatre Scene
One in the Chamber
A Boston native, Danielle moved to New York after graduating with a degree in English/Writing & Theater Arts. After a year of performing in theater (Abingdon Theatre, Artistic New Directions, The Actors Studio) and television (NBC & MTV2 Pilot), she co-founded The Poet Acts, Inc. a not-for-profit film & theater company and there curated Ionesco & the Anti-play for the Young Patrons of Lincoln Center, produced the award-winning short film Darling Can You Answer the Door, as well as several theatrical showcases and she produced the sold-out play Maybe Tomorrow at the 2015 Fringe Festival (New York Times Pick, Critics Pick "Overall Excellence in a Play," Selected for Fringe Encore Series).
She was nominated for a 2016 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play for her role as Kaylee Stewart in One in the Chamber, which was produced in collaboration with Forum Theater in DC.
Currently, she's developing two television pilots and two feature films.