Daniela Vlaskalic

Daniela has performed in many theatres across the country. Selected credits include: The Money Shot (Ground Zero Theatre); Goodnight Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet (Belfry Theatre); That Summer (Theatre North West); Pith! The Exquisite Hour, The Bull the Moon and the Coronet of Stars (Theatre Department); Drama (Alberta Theatre Projects; playRites ’11); Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure (Theatre Aquarius); How the Other Half Loves, I’ll Be Back Before Midnight, Deathtrap, Last Chance Romance (Drayton Entertainment), Boston Marriage (Skeleton Key Theatre); Doubt (Canadian Stage); The Drowning Girls (Tarragon Theatre, Gateway Theatre, Belfry Theatre, Persephone Theatre, Citadel Theatre, MTC Warehouse); Stratford Shakespeare Festival, All’s Well That Ends Well, Hamlet The Taming of the Shrew; Vimy, Equus, Einstein’s Gift (Citadel Theatre); Arms and the Man (NAC, Citadel Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse); Cripple of Inishmaan (Theatre Calgary); The Blue Light (Fire Hall Arts Centre); A Doll’s House (Persephone Theatre); At the Zenith of the Empire (Teatro La Quindicina); Hippies and Bolsheviks, Picking up Chekhov (Alberta Theatre Projects; playRites ’06); Apple (Workshop West Theatre); Featuring Loretta (theatre riffraff, Magnetic North Festival 2003); Love’s Labour’s Lost, Romeo and Juliet, Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night, Two Gentleman of Verona; (Free Will Players); Twelfth Night, Strawberries in January, The Red Priest (Globe Theatre). As a playwright, Daniela began collaborating with Beth Graham and Charlie Tomlinson in 1999 with The Drowning Girls. Since then the play has received numerous productions and awards including a Dora nomination for outstanding touring production and was published by Canada Playwrights Press in 2009. Daniela has collaborated with Beth Graham on several plays including; Comrades, The Vanishing Point, Mules, andA Foolish Boy. She is a graduate of the University of Alberta BFA Acting program. Daniela lives in Toronto.