Daniel Scofield is a Spring 2021 graduating Senior of Butler University, obtaining a B.S. in Dance/Arts Administration and a Minor in Business. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Daniel began his performing arts training at the Oldham County School’s Arts Center, taking part in numerous musical theatre and dance productions.
Later, intensifying his focus on ballet, Daniel expanded his local training and appeared as a guest performer in two of Louisville Ballet’s full-length, classical productions.
While at Butler, Daniel has appeared in repertoire including Paul Taylor’s Piazolla Caldera and Gerald Arpino’s Light Rain, as well as the world debut of Patrick de Bana and Michael Abel’s Falling Sky. He has performed principle and soloist roles in Butler’s The Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty, and has choreographed for and danced in multiple student-run showcases.
Daniel enjoys teaching, providing private tap dance lessons over the summer and working at art camps such as Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts. He also loves spending time with his dog and cat, Scout and Sonny, and nerding out over video games and music.