Daniel Repp

Daniel Repp

Daniel writes about the intersection of science, society, and spirituality. His work examines the ideas that keep him up at night through a playful lens. He loves to explore a wide range of writing, including plays of all lengths, musicals, and improv. The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival has recognized Daniel's ten-minute, one-act, and full-length plays as regional and national semi-...
Daniel writes about the intersection of science, society, and spirituality. His work examines the ideas that keep him up at night through a playful lens. He loves to explore a wide range of writing, including plays of all lengths, musicals, and improv. The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival has recognized Daniel's ten-minute, one-act, and full-length plays as regional and national semi-finalists. Daniel resides in Bellingham, Washington, where he received bachelors degrees in physics and theatre at Western Washington University.

Plays

  • Good Heavens!
    16th century astronomers Johannes Kepler and Tycho Brahe enter a dysfunctional partnership in this historical comedy. Hypatia and Guillaume, astronomers from other periods of history, narrate and provide perspective on how privilege impacts who gets to shape the scientific historical narrative.
  • Lifted Up
    Pastors and best friends Janet and Maria have their last in-person conversation. Both women are getting old, and Maria plans to upload her consciousness for a digital afterlife while Janet wants to die a natural death.
  • This Time Around
    Grayson and Brady had a time travel accident twenty years ago that forced them to re-live their lives from the start. They meet again for the first time in college and soon discover they have different views on what their relationship should look like during their second lives.
  • Ready
    Jessica, a medical researcher, makes a deal with Death in exchange for the cure for cancer.
  • Scammed
    A grandma tells her grandsons about a time when a pair of phone scammers tried to trick her and got more than they bargained for.