Photo by Rachel Esther Tate

Photo by Rachel Esther Tate


Danielle Mohlman is a nationally produced feminist playwright based in Seattle, WA. Her plays have been developed or produced at Arena Stage, the Kennedy Center, the Cherry Lane Theatre, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York, Rorschach Theatre, Forum Theatre, dog & pony dc, Hubbard Hall, Pinky Swear Productions, Dreamwell Theatre, and Field Trip Theatre, among others. Her plays include Stopgap (Field Trip Theatre, DCCAH Larry Neal Award finalist); Nexus (Hubbard Hall, Dreamwell Theatre, Kilroys honorable mention, DCCAH Larry Neal Award finalist, Woodward/Newman Award finalist); Dust (Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center semi-finalist, Finish Line Commission); Halcyon (Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center semi-finalist); and VoyagersDanielle is an alumna of Playwrights’ Arena at Arena Stage and the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Artist Fellowship. She is a current member of Umbrella Project’s 2018 Writers Group where she is writing a play about rape and college football. Danielle is a graduate of Emerson College and one half of The Birdwatching Club.

In addition to playwriting, Danielle is a pop culture blogger for Quirk Books and an arts journalist and personal essayist for Encore Stages and American Theatre, among others. Want to hire her? Reach out over email to discuss your latest project.

Danielle also works with actors one on one to create custom monologues. Interested in an audition monologue unlike any other? Head over to her custom monologues page to learn more.

Danielle's plays are politically charged and feminist AF. Want to fund a little patriarchy smashing? Consider donating through PayPal to keep this ferocity going.