Actor - Singer - Pianist - Composer/Lyricist

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NEWS! On April 24 I received the great honor of being awarded Best Actor in a Musical from the Independent Reviewers of New England.

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Better Dead Than Red - a SAG short musical film noir for which I wrote the script, music, lyrics, and which I produced under the title of my production company: New Tune Entertainment, LLC. ( For clips, go to the "Video" page of this website.

Souvenir (July 28 - Aug. 6) - my third production of the two-person play in which I played Cosme McMoon, the narrator of the piece.

Grumpy Old Men, the Musical (June 15, 2017) - a backers audition based on the movie, starring Lee Wilkof, John Hillner and Luba Mason.

And Then There Were None (March 23 - 26, 2017) - a live theatrical production of the Agatha Christie play for the Judson Theatre Co. in N. Carolina

The Secret Song of Walter Bitty (Jan. 14, 2017) - a SAG short film for which I wrote the book, music, lyrics, produced, and in which I also appeared. 

A man walks into an electronics store and says to the salesman, "I want to buy a printer and I want to buy a copier. I also need to get a fax machine and a scanner. And while you're at it, I need to buy a laptop and a desktop computer. There's only one problem. I live in a cramped New York City apartment so each device has to be impossibly small or they won't all fit on my desk." The salesman listens patiently, nods, and replies, "why don't you get one machine that does it all? A printer-fax-copier-scanner which also connects to the internet?" The man replies, "You mean they make one machine that can do all those things? What's that called?" The salesman replies, "Oh, that's easy. It's called a Larry Daggett."


Actor -- from Shakespeare and Shaw to Simon and Shanley

Singer -- from Classical and Legit to Modern and Pop 

Pianist -- from Bach and Baroque to Sondheim and Swing

Dancer -- from Gavotte and Galliard to Tango and Tap


Larry has worked on Broadway, off-Broadway, New York City Opera and many of the country's major regional theatres including Actors Theatre of Louisville, Alhambra Theatre, Arkansas Rep, Asolo State Theatre of Florida, Barrington Stage Company, Barnstormers, Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Cape May Stage, Capital Rep, Cleveland Play House, East Lynne Theatre, Fiddlehead Theatre Boston, Florida Rep, Fulton, Goodspeed, Lyric Stage Co. of Boston, Music Theatre of Connecticut, New Harmony, North Shore Music Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare, Pittsburgh Public, Portland Center Stage, Shenandoah Music Theatre, Tennessee Shakespeare, Theatre League of Kansas City, and more.