Northwest Iowa Review on Yellow Rose Productions

“A Sioux Center native is using theatre to raise awareness about social justice issues.” – Dan Breen, Northwest Iowa Review Kerri Koczen, a native of Long Island, NY, and Danielle Roos, a native of Sioux Center, have started Yellow Rose Productions in Knoxville, TN. The two are interested in raising awareness to social justice issues at the theatre. SIOUX CENTER …

Knoxville News Sentinel on “Princess Cut” at The Square Room in Knoxville

“A sex trafficking ring in Knoxville?” – Doug Banister, The News Sentinel Summary: Three young women met a victim of a Knoxville sex trafficking ring and wrote a play about her life. The purpose of Princess Cut is to raise awareness of the problem of sex trafficking in Knoxville. The play will be performed Friday, May 30th, 7:30 pm at …

Inside of Knoxville on “Fiction” at The Square Room

“I have to commend Danielle and Kerri, Erik and Lizzie (as well as Kelsey Broyles, Stage Manager) for offering such a high quality dramatic experience, for bringing this story to life and inspiring more than a little introspection along the way.” – Knoxville Urban Guy (Alan Sims), Inside of Knoxville The Truth About “Fiction” Posted on February 19, 2014 Written by …

UT Daily Beacon on “Fiction”

‘Fiction’ to expose reality behind secret-keeping in onstage production BY GREG SELLERS , CONTRIBUTOR Published: Thu Feb 06, 2014 What would you do if your spouse of 20 years was given just three weeks to live? What if their last request was to read your private journals and, in return, they will leave you theirs to read when they are …

Inside of Knoxville on Yellow Rose Productions

“In the meantime, keep your eye out for these young women. I expect them to do good things for years to come.” – Knoxville Urban Guy (Alan Sims), Inside of Knoxville New Production Company Slips into the Downtown Scene Posted on January 28, 2014 Written by KnoxvilleUrbanGuy 3 Comments It was a typical Friday night, for me: I’m sitting in a …

UT Daily Beacon on “All in the Timing”

Humorous play to arrive at Square Room By Miles Carter Sep 5, 2013 Comedic theater is on its way to the Knoxville area. The humorous-based Broadway play, “All in the Timing,” will be performed at the Square Room at 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Written by David Ives, “All in the Timing” is a collection of six unrelated one-act …

Danielle Roos Receives Theater Award at Dordt College

“Danielle Roos of Sioux Center, Iowa, received an award for direction in the production of Machinal. She was also chosen for the Invited Scene Showcase where a scene from the play was performed. She is a graduate of Dordt College.”  Danielle Roos Receives Theater Award at Dordt College 2011 Feb 17 Several students and staff of Dordt College were recently …

Blog post about “Machinal” at Dordt College

“‘Danielle’s directing experience is already quite extensive for a student, and I anticipate this will be a stunning project of high quality,’ Hubbard said.” To Live Would Be An Awfully Big Adventure Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Dordt Senior Shows Preview Story that I wrote for Dordt’s school newspaper: What does a woman trapped in the social conventions of the 1920s …

Sioux City Journal on KCACTF Awards

Dordt senior Danielle Roos was awarded the opportunity to direct a play in KCACTF’s 10-Minute Play Festival. Roos directed “Mermaids,” written by Jessica Huang from the University of Missouri. This was the winning play in the 10-Minute Play Festival and is going on to compete at the national level. College theater festival announces award winners Joanne Fox Feb 6, 2009 …

Article about performance of “Wit” at Dordt College

“’To me, this powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning play seemed to belong in a college campus theatre. I found it to be very relevant to a community such as we have here’ says Roos”   Dordt College News Dordt students make donation to American Cancer Society January 14, 2009 Danielle Roos is a theatre arts major at Dordt College, but her concern …