Dan is a voice teacher in Los Angeles who works mainly with professional and aspiring musical theatre performers.
He is also a consistently working singer and actor performing in Los Angeles, New York, and across the country.
Recent credits include Musical Theatre West's production of SPAMALOT, 1776 with Cabrillo Musical Theatre, I LEFT MY HEART: A SALUTE TO THE MUSIC OF TONY BENNETT at Laguna Playhouse in Laguna Beach, and a run of WHERE'S CHARLEY? at New York City Center ENCORES!
He was nominated for an LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award for his performance in SWEENEY TODD at Musical Theatre West in Long Beach.
Other credits include the Broadway National Tour of PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, PIRATES OF PENZANCE at the Guthrie, PUTTING IT TOGETHER at South Coast Repertory Theatre in Costa Mesa, as well as Stephen Schwartz's PIPPIN at the Mark Taper Forum with Deaf West Theatre, and JACQUES BREL at Riverside Theatre.
He performed in Linda Eder's Broadway concert at the Gershwin Theatre, televised on the Bravo Network, and he appeared in Kurt Weill'sONE TOUCH OF VENUS at the Royal Opera House's Lindbury Studio in London.
He also teaches an ongoing musical theatre workshop in North Hollywood focusing on acting, singing, dancing, and tools for success in the musical theatre industry and is part of the Lori Moran Music Studio.
Graduate of Elon College's musical theatre program, member of Actors' Equity Association, and National Association of Teachers of Singing, and LA's Musical Theatre Guild.
See other posts by Dan Callaway
- A Reminder That We Make a Difference
- Write Down the Vision
- The Perfection of Mistakes
- Resistance is a Tricky, Sneaky Monkey
- Head Noise, Epic Failure, and Other Opportunities for Growing
- A Teacher Needs a Teacher
- What Are We Really Giving Our Students?
- Investing Time for Lesson Notes….and the Best Advice My Voice Teacher’s Voice Teacher Ever Gave Her
- How To Get Your Studio Fully Booked
- What Are You Doing to Fill Your Tank?
- Soul Music
- Boo! Redefining Fear…A Tool for You and Your Clients
- More on Lessons Jestons-Style
- Luxuriating in Music
- The Teacher Is Always Learning