Danny Hoch won an Obie award for his solo show Some People at Performance Space 122 and enjoyed an extended run at the Joseph Papp Public Theater in 1994 (directed by Jo Bonney). Since then, Some People has toured over 20 US cities as well as Austria, Cuba and Scotland, where Mr. Hoch won a Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh International Fringe Theater Festival. The television version of Some People can be seen on HBO, and was nominated for a 1996 Cable Ace Award. Danny spent the first half of this decade bringing conflict-resolution-through-drama to adolescents in NYC’s jails and alternative high schools with NYU’s Creative Arts Team. Mr. Hoch is the recipient of an 1994 Solo Theater Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, and is a 1997 Sundance Fellow. A graduate of the High School of Performing Arts NYC, he has also trained at the North Carolina School of the Arts and in London. Mr. Hoch’s play Clinic Con Class appeared as part of Alma Delfina’s Pieces Of The Quilt at the Magic Theater in 1996. Danny wrote and acted in HBO’s Subway Stories, which premiered this past summer, and just finished shooting Terrence Malick√≠s new epic film, The Thin Red Line. Danny’s new show Jails, Hospitals & Hip-Hop, premiered at Berkeley Repertory Theater in October, and will tour to twelve US cities before opening in New York in the Spring of 1998.