Daniel Scofield joined the Louisville Ballet as a company member in 2022. During the previous season as a Louisville Ballet Studio Company dancer, his stage appearances included: In G Major by Jerome Robbins restaged by Phillip Neal, Center Russian in Val Caniparoli’s The Brown-Forman Nutcracker, #fourwithsix by Dysart Award winner Anne Jung, and a Rose Adagio Gentleman in Adam Hougland’s Sleeping Beauty. Earlier, he performed as a guest artist in Robert Curran’s Coppélia (2015) and Alun Jones’ Sleeping Beauty (2017).
A Louisville native, Daniel began his performing arts training at the Oldham County School’s Arts Center. He trained at multiple local studios and national intensives prior to attending college at Butler University where he graduated Cum Laude in 2021, receiving a B.S. in Dance/Arts Administration and a Minor in Business. While at Butler, Daniel appeared in Paul Taylor’s Piazolla Caldera, Gerald Arpino’s Light Rain, Patrick de Bana’s Falling Sky, and in Butler Ballet’s Firebird, The Nutcracker, and The Sleeping Beauty.