"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 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.
She's currently writing & developing multiple film and television projects.