Daniel Pelzig

Personal Information
Broadway: A Year With Frog and Toad. Off-Broadway: NYTW, Valhalla; City Center Encores! , The New Moon; MTC, newyorkers; Roundabout, Privates on Parade, Mostly Mozart, Green Eggs and Ham. Regional: Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration’s Sweeney Todd; McCarter Theatre/Old Globe/Seattle Rep, Don Juan; Seattle Rep, A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Alliance Theatre, My Fair Lady; Huntington Theatre, The Mikado, Company and Candide; Missouri Rep, Guys And Dolls; Pioneer Theatre, Ragtime. He has choreographed over seventy operas at companies including Chicago Lyric Opera, Regina; Seattle Opera, Salome; Houston Grand Opera, Samson and Dalila, with Denyce Graves; LA Opera, Aida, with Deborah Voigt; NYCO, Don Giovanni; he collaborated with Mary Zimmerman on her production of Akhnaten for Chicago Opera Theatre, where he is currently choreographing Death in Venice. He served three years as resident choreographer for Santa Fe Opera, where he also directed Countess Maritza. As resident choreographer for Boston Ballet for four years, he created over a dozen world premieres, including The Nutcracker, Nine Lives: Songs of Lyle Lovett and Resurrection, accompanied at its premiere by cellist Yo-Yo Ma. Mr. Pelzig earned his degree in cellular biology from Columbia University.

Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 Regrets Only New York City Center/ Stage I 11/19/2006 Choreographer
2 Valhalla New York Theatre Workshop 02/05/2004 Choreographer
3 Newyorkers New York City Center/ Stage II 02/27/2001 Choreographer
4 Privates on Parade Union Square Theatre 07/26/1989 Choreographer
Award Production Function
1 NOMINATED 2004 Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Choreographer Valhalla Choreographer
2 NOMINATED 2001 Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Choreographer Newyorkers Choreographer