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YOU LOVE TO HATE HIM, AND

HATE HOW MUCH YOU LOVE HIM

 
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Past Work

"Fabrizio Daniele's Benedick achieved such antic heights of humor, he had the audience in the palm of his hand.  Most impressive was his physical humor.  Clearly an athlete, his somersaults, leaps, and pratfalls added a delightful color to an already finely tuned characterization.  Daniele's use of the language was superb, making the Shakespearean verse immediate and clearly understood.  But the most important aspect of this Benedick was Daniele's dynamic emotional depth.  He switched from derisiveness to empathy and heart-filled affection in all the important transitions for this character.  This Benedick had a profound mixture of virility and a cupid unbound.”

 

Tim Landifeld, Director

“Much Ado About Nothing”

“Working with this young actor was a pure joy. Absolutely no ego involved. Willing to try literally anything. I would put him in any play I was directing, sight unseen…”

Joe J. Garcia, Director “Moon Over Buffalo”

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"I directed Fabrizio Daniele in a production of the farce 'Don't Dress For Dinner'. Often, with an untried cast, the director hopes that his leading actors will understand what is required of them without too much input from him. The moment Fabrizio began to rehearse the play, I knew immediately that he was one of those performers about whom a director has no need to worry. He was naturally funny, instinctively graceful, a complete actor in every way - and in performance, he fulfilled every hope I had for him. I would be delighted to work with him again and would have no hesitation in recommending him wholeheartedly.”

 

Ian Ogilvy, Director “Don’t Dress For Dinner”