〉 DEVISING: David is teaching a course on Devised and Collaboratively Created Theatre at Bloomsburg University this spring. The starting point for this collaboratively created performance is maps, mapmakers, and the feeling of being lost.
〉 DIRECTING: Recently closed the BU Players production of The Nosemaker’s Apprentice: Chronicles of a Medieval Plastic Surgeon using the same design approach as was used in the professional production with Amphibian Stage Productions in the summer of 2014.
〉 DIRECTING: Directed a concert reading of Daddy’s Little Girls, a 10-minute play by Ryan Patrick Dolan (a second year MFA Candidate in the Ohio University Playwriting Program) for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival’s (KCACTF) Region 2 Festival in Cleveland, OH in January 2015. Update: The play was selected as a National Semi-Finalist.
〉 DIRECTING: Directed Macbeth at Bloomsburg University, November 5-9. In this production, women dominate the cast and the world of the play. Featured actors include Kellyanne Klause as Macbeth, Chelsea Lucas as his Lady, and Bry Kifolo as Macduff. David is also the Scenic Designer for this production.
〉 PLAYWRITING: Mystic in the Savage State received a week-long workshop with Strange Sun Theater, August
About the Play: Professor Calkins, a psychologist at Wellesley College, attempts to legitimize synesthesia (particularly pseudo-chromesia which includes “color hearing”) in the eyes and ears of her peers. It’s the 1890s, so her field and the newness of the research, as well as expectations about her gender, stand in her way.