Daniel McCoy is a playwright and performer whose plays include Dick Pix, Perfect Teeth, Nothing Beyond the Light Matters, Four and Twenty Draculas, Cleave, and Epimythium. His work has been produced and developed with Theaterlab, Primary Stages, Project Y Theatre, Dreamwell Theatre, IATI Theatre, Dutch Kills Theatre, and Simple Machine Theatre. As an ensemble member of the New York Neo-Futurists, Daniel has spent more than a decade writing and performing in The Infinite Wrench and Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind at the Kraine Theatre. Other productions with the Neo-Futurists include The Great American Drama, Mute (New York Innovative Theatre Award winner) and (un)afraid (NYIT Award nominee). Daniel is a graduate of the MFA Playwriting Program at Hunter College, where he studied with playwrights Tina Howe and Arthur Kopit and dramaturg Mark Bly. He directs every spring for the Writopia Lab Worldwide Plays Festival, showcasing the work of young playwrights.