I'm an interdisciplinary artist.
Daniel Alexander Jones is an award-winning interdisciplinary artist. American Theatre Magazine named him one of fifteen artists whose work would “change American stages for decades to come.” He is the recipient of the prestigious Alpert Award in the Arts in Theatre for 2006. His theatre pieces include Phoenix Fabrik, Bel Canto, Earthbirths, Blood:Shock:Boogie and Cab and Lena. Daniel has performed nationally in numerous cities including New York, Minneapolis, Austin, St. Paul, Seattle and Boston and internationally in London, Dublin, Manchester and Leeds. He collaborates regularly with other artists including Walter Kitundu, Grisha Coleman, Helga Davis, Sharon Bridgforth, Erik Ehn and Robbie McCauley. Jones is the recipient of support from The Rockefeller Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts and TCG, The Creative Capital Foundation, The Howard Foundation and The Jerome Foundation. Daniel is a faculty member with Goddard College’s Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts and has been an Adjunct Faculty member with The Department of Theatre and Dance since 2004. A native of Massachusetts, Daniel splits his time between Austin and New York City.