Daniel Hague took part in Crystal Theatre’s first ever production, “The Drunkard”. He has performed with the Arizona Opera, Opera Orchestra of NY, The Harrisburg Symphony, Mississippi Opera, Schubert Opera (New Haven), Opera North, CT Concert Opera, The Bronx Opera, The Bostonians, The Orchestra of the Bronx, Opera Theater of CT, Madison Lyric Stage, and the Fairfield Orchestra among others. His credits include Figaro (Mozart), Giovanni, Leporello, Commendatore (Don Giovanni), Sarastro (Magic Flute), Alvise (Gioconda), Alfonso (Lucrezia Borgia), Zaccaria (Nabucco), Toreador (Carmen), Raimondo (Lucia), Colline (La Boheme), Dr. Falke (Die Fledermaus), Sparafucile (Rigoletto) and The Hermit in Der Freischutz. In Oratorio he has sung the Bass Solos in Messiah, the Verdi Requiem, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Stabat Mater (Rossini), and the Faure and Durufle Requiems. His musical theatre credits include Lancelot (Camelot), Edward Rutledge (1776), and King Maximillian (A Spinning Tale) (off-broadway). Dan also originated the role of General Tryon in the 2005 performance of “The Burning of Norwalk, 1779” and most recently performed the role in the 2022 revival of the very production. Shoreline CT audiences recently saw him as George in Of Mice and Men (Floyd) and as Harold in The Boys in the Band for which he received a CT Bestie award nomination. A finalist in every competition he entered, he received prizes in the Amici and Metropolitian Opera competitions. Dan lives in Fairfield Conn., and is the music director at the First Congregational Church in Darien, Conn.