Dan Hasse is a New York-based director/teacher and the Artistic Director of SHAKESPEARE IN THE SQUARE (SITS). Off-Broadway: The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet (The Gym at Judson). Off-Off: Richard II (The Robert Moss Theater), Fist in Mouth (The Studio at Cherry Lane), Round and Round the Garden (The Kraine Theatre), Othello (The Chain Theatre). Teaching: The Winter's Tale, Beautiful Bodies (The Stella Adler Studio; NYU Conservatory), Henry VI, Part 3 (American Shakespeare Center). Outdoor: Nine shows in Washington Square Park with SITS. Residencies with Bedlam ("MadLAB") and The Actors Studio ("The Playwright/Directors Unit"). Member of the 2014 LAByrinth Theater Intensive Ensemble, 2015 Shakespeare Society Ambassador Program, and 2018-2019 SDC Foundation Observership Class. Recipient of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Screenwriting Award and Grant.
Currently on the festival circuit with HAMLET IN THE GOLDEN VALE, produced by Roll The Bones Theatre Company with production support from "The Immersive Storytelling Studio" at The National Theatre (UK).
Dan's sister, MEGAN HASSE, is a New York-based actor/singer/dancer.