Danielle Lavallée

Danielle Lavallée is a director, actor and producer. She is currently the Artistic Producing Apprentice for Alley Theatre, Founder and Artistic Director of Lutalica Theatre and previously was a Producing Intern with Theatre Replacement. Danielle holds a BFA from Simon Fraser University in Theatre Performance and Psychology and has trained with the founder of the Viewpoints technique, Mary Overlie. Her directing credits include Grounded by George Brant (Lutalica Theatre), Constellations by Nick Payne (SFU) and Don’t Look Back (SFU). Danielle was the assistant director for Three Stories Up by Mack Gordon (Alley Theatre), which was nominated for The Georgia Straight Critics’ Choice Innovation Award. As a performer, some of Danielle’s credits include: The Imaginary Cuckold or Sganarelle (SFU); The Cold War (SFU); Ubu Cocu (SFU), Ellery Zephyr and the Whispering Winds (Burnaby Arts Council Summer Theatre), Wonders of the Ancient World (Popcorn Galaxies) and Elk Walk (Popcorn Galaxies).