Daniel W. Owens was born in Malden, MA. He received his education at Bryant and Straton Junior College (certificate in computer programming, 1968). He also attended Boston State College (1968) and the University of Massachusetts at Boston. Owens attended Yale University School of Drama (playwriting, 1971 – 1972), and Harvard University School of Education (Ed.M) where he received his Master’s in Education. He then went on to teach black theater and playwriting at Boston University and the University of Massachusetts.
In the mid-1970s Owens moved from Roxbury, MA to New York City to write many successful off-broadway productions including critically acclaimed The Michigan, 1979. – Wikipedia
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