Daniel Spragge

Daniel Spragge

Daniel is an early career writer and director. He holds a bachelor's degree in Music Theatre Performance from Sheridan College, has studied dramaturgy with Guillermo Verdecchia at Soulpepper, and direction with Richard Rose at Tarragon. This past March his play Clinic was produced by the Collective of 7 at the Tarragon Workspace. He has been the assistant director to Richard Rose on Peer Gynt at Randolph...
Daniel is an early career writer and director. He holds a bachelor's degree in Music Theatre Performance from Sheridan College, has studied dramaturgy with Guillermo Verdecchia at Soulpepper, and direction with Richard Rose at Tarragon. This past March his play Clinic was produced by the Collective of 7 at the Tarragon Workspace. He has been the assistant director to Richard Rose on Peer Gynt at Randolph College, Steven Gallagher on a workshop of Stars of Mars at the Canadian Music Theatre Project, and Philip Akin on Art at Soulpepper. Most recently he was the assistant director to Gordon Greenberg on Piaf/Dietrich at Mirvish Productions, which he also maintained over its 4 month run.

Daniel is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

Plays

  • Clinic
    In an abortion clinic waiting room, a man with a broken jaw tries to make peace with his circumstances, when an off-kilter and eccentric young woman sits next to him and begins seeking his friendship, understanding, and forgiveness.

    Clinic is a play about a victim of childhood trauma who is trying to discover how to function in the world, and build meaningful relationships with others. The play...
    In an abortion clinic waiting room, a man with a broken jaw tries to make peace with his circumstances, when an off-kilter and eccentric young woman sits next to him and begins seeking his friendship, understanding, and forgiveness.

    Clinic is a play about a victim of childhood trauma who is trying to discover how to function in the world, and build meaningful relationships with others. The play aims to incite a dialogue surrounding the cyclical nature of abuse, and provoke a critical discussion about the way our society deals with sexual violence.

    65 minutes in length.