The "d" stands for Danny

actor DANNY BOLERO 

If it's a stay at home movie night, check out my latest two films.  RAPID EYE MOVEMENT,  (Both available for streaming.)     Starring  (The Borgias"), "François Arnaud.  And LOW TIDE, which is getting quite a bit of buzz. Also streaming on Amazon, I-Tunes, YouTube.

Dbolero.com

The "D" stands for Danny

Welcome and thank you for visiting my site, dbolero.com.  I am a New York based actor, who originally hails from East Los Angeles.   I invite you to explore around and if there is anything I can answer, feel free to send me a message in the contact section of the webiste.

If your up for a little "FUR", make sure to catch (this is the last weekend)  "FUR" at the New York Theater Workshop.   Show ends Sunday 11/24.

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I will be performing in

THE PASSING SHOW OF 2019

A New Musical Revue
Special Benefit Concert

Hosted by 7-time Tony Award nominee
MICHAEL JOHN LaCHIUSA

With
NANCY ANDERSON
DANNY BOLERO
ALLI MAUZEY
GRACE McLEAN
RYANN REDMOND
KRISTEN BETH WILLIAMS
KAREN ZIEMBA
and more to be announced

The 2019 Writers Council, which will serve as advisors, includes JEFF BOWEN, ADAM GWON, ANNA K.JACOBS, KAIT KERRIGAN and

GEORGIA STITT.

ABOUT THE REVUE
The Passing Show of 2019 is a new musical revue celebrating and satirizing the social and cultural events of the past year, featuring comedy sketches and songs written by college students and emerging writers, performed and directed by established artists.  Borrowing the title of what was considered the first American revue in 1894, The Passing Show of 2019 is inspired by the iconic Broadway revues of the 1920s, 30s, and 40s, which fostered the careers of countless American musical theatre writers. The one-night-only event is a special benefit concert for UnsungMusicalsCo., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization giving new voice to the past, present, and future of the American musical. Its 2019 activities included a Writers Lab; a two-part lecture series for the Library of Congress; a museum exhibit at Yale University; education programs; and the premiere of a new documentary musical tracing the history of black musical theatre.