Actor - Singer - Pianist - Composer/Lyricist



Finding Madame Curie, a new musical for which I'm working as the Musical Director, opens next month on Theatre Row. The show has a timely message and a great score with a wonderful cast and production team.


Development continues on Bullet Points, The Musical, a black comedy about the effect of gun violence in schools, with a virtual reading planned for later this year.



Musical Director/Pianist at AMDA (American Musical and Dramatic Academy) for productions of Spamalot and Hamilton, as well as for a cabaret of graduate students.



A man walks into an electronics store and says to the salesman, "I want to buy a printer and a copier. I also need a fax machine and a scanner. And while you're at it, I need to get a laptop computer. There's only one problem: I live in a cramped New York City apartment and each device has to fit on my desk." The salesman nods and replies, "why don't you get one machine that does it all? A printer-fax-copier-scanner that connects to the internet?" The man replies, "They make a 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 Sondheim and Schwartz

Singer -- from Classical and Legit to Musical Theatre and Pop 

Pianist -- from Bach and Baroque to Stride and Swing

Composer/lyricist -- with his own production company dedicated to the production of original musicals, either on film or the live stage. Visit:


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, Arkansas Rep, Asolo State Theatre of Florida, Barrington Stage Co., Barnstormers, Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Cape May Stage, Cleveland Play House, East Lynne Theatre, Flat Rock Playhouse, Fiddlehead Theatre, Florida Rep, Fulton Opera House, Goodspeed Opera House, Lyric Stage of Boston, Music Th. of Connecticut, New Harmony, North Shore, Orlando Shakespeare, Pittsburgh Public, Portland Center Stage, Sierra Repertory, Tennessee Shakespeare, Theatre League of Kansas City, and many more.