Daniel McCoy

Daniel McCoy

Recommended by Daniel McCoy

  • Drown
    9 Jan. 2016
    This is a heartbreaking, beautiful, and hopeful play about the emotional aftermath of suicide. The most unique element of the play is the journey of Bonita, the wife/mother who has left her family behind, as she navigates her own personal afterlife under the ocean. No less compelling is the above-the-surface story of Jeremy and Henry's attempt to reconcile themselves to the loss they've experienced. David has a knack for taking the gravest of subjects - in this case suicide, depression and healing - and giving them a theatrical spin that is equal parts lyrical, matter-of-fact and slyly funny.
  • Airlock
    27 Aug. 2015
    This is a suspenseful and unsettling sci-fi drama that I had the pleasure of watching develop during Kari's and my first semester at Hunter College. Space claustrophobia at its best.
  • The Unlikely Ascent of Sybil Stevens
    27 Aug. 2015
    I saw this play in its world premiere at the Secret Theatre. It's a beautiful and moving journey that's stayed with me for over a year.