Annie Laurie Daniel (they/them)

Performance Artist

Annie Laurie Daniel (they/them) is an experimental theater artist based in Los Angeles, California with a focus on performance art and clowning. A seasoned child actor, they trained in acting at California Institute of the Arts, graduating in 2019. During their time at CalArts they helped write and devise the play Witch House: A Witch’s Cabaret, directed by Sallie Merkle and Mireya Lucio. They have worked internationally, devising pieces in Berlin, Germany, and Paris, France. In 2016 they wrote and directed a documentary short entitled “Dick Art: Rape Culture and Misogyny in the Los Angeles DIY Scene” at USC School of Cinematic Art. In 2021 they had a gallery at the Fondation Fiminco in association with the Women’s Wear Daily Archives. Annie Laurie’s mission as an artist is to tell stories revolving around queer identities, pop culture, and activism. Annie Laurie would like to thank Claire Woolner, Sophia Cleary, and Jennifer Ayala for their help in building this show.