Herman Daniel Farrell III

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Journey

Reading at New Dramatists

Director: Jim Simpson


O'Neill: Zach Grenier

Carlotta: Saundra Santiago

Jim: Rob Campbell

James: Tom Ligon

Ella: Deborah Jean Templin

Junior: Conrad Schott

Shane: David McElwee

Oona: Lindsay Gitter




Farrell interviewing George C. Wolfe, Keynote Speaker
at the 2nd Dramatists Guild National Conference


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Recent Projects

Farrell was selected as one of the first Travis Bogard Artist in Residence Tao House Fellows at the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site where he completed the first draft of his new play Journey. Excerpts of the play were published in The Eugene O'Neill Review and the play was presented in a professional Alumni Reading at New Dramatists, directed by Jim Simpson (former Artistic Director, The Flea Theater), featuring Zach Grenier (HBO: Deadwood, NBC: The Good Wife), Saundra Santiago (NBC: Miami Vice) and Rob Campbell (Broadway: All the Way) in November 2016.

Farrell's new play
Cousins Table, was presented in an Alum Reading at New Dramatists, directed by John Steber, featuring Peter Jay Fernandez (Broadway: All the Way) and Lynn Cohen (Mags in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) in December of 2014. Also, universitas, a behind the scenes look into university politics was presented in a reading at New Dramatists in 2013, directed by Amy Saltz and featuring James McDaniel (ABC: NYPD Blue) and Kevin Geer (Broadway: Sideman). Farrell also completed a new screenplay Ringolevio, a story about nonviolence and its place in the 21st century.

Farrell produced and directed the touring production of Voices of Student Veterans, a documentary drama about college students who served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. And Farrell attended the 2nd Dramatists Guild National Conference in Chicago where he moderated conversations with Theresa Rebeck (Showrunner: Smash on NBC) on her book Free Fire Zone and the Keynote Speaker George C. Wolfe (Former Artistic Director, The Public, The Colored Museum). Farrell also participated in the panel discussion: Playwrights Who Teach.