Daniel Wolf

Who is Daniel Wolf?

Daniel Wolf is many things-composer, lyricist, librettist, playwright, short story writer, and occasional stand-up comedian. In short, he is an artist committed to creating quality work in a variety of media. To date, Daniel has written five full length musicals ranging from the tragic Socrates to the more whimsical Adam and Eve: The first musical.

Daniel’s composition You Need a Wife (soprano sax), will be in the movie, Letters at Christmas, which will be released during the 2023 Christmas season.

He has also written four straight plays; two family dramas, one about Occupy Wall Street, and the other containing a twist few audience members could see coming. In addition, he has written a number of short stories and has appeared as a stand-up comedian throughout the Delaware Valley making keen observations about American life.

Altogether, Daniel hopes to become a major voice in the contemporary art scene. Take time to listen and read his work. You will not be disappointed.

Never Lose Sight of the Dark

Crazy Advice for Crazy Times

Writer and humorist Daniel Wolf, a longtime observer of the many grave afflictions of modern society, believes that we are now in the midst of one of the craziest periods in human history. He regrets to say he is lacking in proposals for practical policy solutions to our many intractable problems. But taking a cue from the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, who asserted that desperate times require desperate measures, Mr. Wolf suggests that crazy times require crazy advice. Claiming that “a distorted view of the world provides great clarity,” he offers Never Lose Sight of the Dark.

Never lose sight of the dark

But is He Jewish? and Other Quirky Tales

But Is He Jewish? provides a delightful reading experience, as it addresses a variety of topics in a mostly humorous but always human manner.

In But Is He Jewish? and Other Quirky Tales, Daniel Wolf tells it like it is, and gets us laughing…splitting our sides…tumbling with wryness, mirth, and nostalgia.