Domani do·ma·ni dō-ˈmä-nē
Italian adverb and noun
: tomorrow : the days to come. The future.
We strive to be a thriving artistic home to actors, writers and directors, where today’s theater and film artists can meet, collaborate and create tomorrow’s content.
Whether its brand-new work, or established classics with an updated twist, our criterion
is simple: that the work moves people.
We believe in the importance of artist driven projects, and the power of artistic community and collaboration.
Domani Productions is an award-winning New York based production company. Formed by wife and husband team Hannah Beck and Sean Hoagland, the company has produced thought-provoking work for the stage and screen since its inception in 2018 and has collaborated with Emmy, Helen Hayes, Audelco and Obie winning writers and directors. Domani's projects include: Through Open Doors, a film adaptation of Raven Stamper-Petretti's critically acclaimed play Fish Tacos directed by Mark Riccadonna (Dark State and Days of Power), the festival favorite web series Love in the Time of Corona: A Comedy (now available on RokuTV), a film by Daytime Emmy Award-winner Jean Passanante (All My Children, As The World Turns), the short film What Tomorrow Brings, an Off-Broadway production of John Patrick Shanley's Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (directed by Helen Hayes nominated Peter Allas), the world premiere of Dust of Egypt (nominated for Best Production by the New York Theater Festival, based on the life of Sojourner Truth), and several industry readings, including an original play by Traci Parks featuring Austin Pendleton and Robert LuPone. Beck and Hoagland recently served on the production team of Flawless: A Feminist Fairy Tale directed by Catherine Eaton (The Sounding) and created by Deborah Rayne (Ramy, Chicago P.D.) and have several projects in development, including a new film by Risa Mickenberg (Egg, 2018 spotlight narrative Tribeca Film Fest).