The Lower Great Lakes Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences recently awarded an Emmy in the category of Arts/Entertainment – Program/Program Feature/Special to the season 3 of the TV show, “Cook and Belle’s Playhouse.” “Cook and Belle’s Playhouse” was recorded, mixed, and produced by Daniel Howell over the show’s 3 season life span. The show was shot in Muncie, IN and features several musical guests from around the region. The show is hosted by a country duo, Cook and Belle.
“I am extremely humbled to be a part of such an incredible creative team, let alone to be recognized for the hard work that everyone has put in,” said Daniel Howell, Technical Director of Bethel University’s Renaissance Program. “God has blessed us with all kinds of art, and I am incredibly grateful that He has blessed me enough to be able to play a small part in creating that art.”
Matthew Holt, Executive Director of Renaissance, commented, “We are so proud of Daniel and his tireless effort to produce high-quality work. The knowledge and work ethic that he brings to Renaissance is a tremendous blessing. We are thankful to have him on our team, and we look forward to seeing what the future holds!”
Daniel oversees the Renaissance Production Program, educating and inspiring our students on a daily basis. Daniel travels with various groups as well, handling the production side of the Renaissance tour schedule. He also plays a vital role in all of the large productions Renaissance produces each year, including: Christmas with Renaissance, Renaissance Theatre Events, and Easter with Renaissance.