May 2016

David will begin as an Educator at the Lululemon in Lincoln Square.

February 2016

David will begin as Brand Partnership Manager & Chief Relationship Officer for the SoulFeed Podcast and as an intern with the Patron Program at Carnegie Hall.

July 2015

David will begin as Field Manager with the Human Rights Campaign/Fund for the Public Interest, taking part in passing The Equality Act by leading canvassing teams standing for LGBT equality in employment, housing, and education.

June 27, 2015

David will have his poem Prism Day published by The New Verse News. Written on and about June 26th when the U.S. Supreme Court legalized marriage equality, it is a brief and celebratory ode honoring the good news.

May 2015

David will begin as House Manager at The York Theatre Company.

Friday the 13th, March 2015

David will have his poem triskaidekaphobia published by The New Verse News. Dedicated to Alan Turing and honoring his love for cryptography, it is an allusion-soaked piece all about the history of fear concerning the number 13. Purposely written on Friday the 13th of February 2015, it will appear on the following Friday the 13th of March.

October 2014-December 2015

David will be rehearsing and performing the roles of Marshall, Alexas, and Menas in Hyperion Theatre Company’s uniquely conceptualized production of Antony and Cleopatra, with a New York run and a subsequent tour to Milan, Italy, toward the end of 2015. Directed by Michael Pauley.

November 15, 2012-January 6, 2013

David will be understudying and performing the role of Bob Cratchit in Scrooge: A Gaslight Musical at The Gaslight Theatre in Tucson, Arizona. Directed by Peter Van Slyke.

August 10, 2012

David has added an audio section to his website with four demo tracks, including “Lose That Long Face” from the film A Star is Born, “Love Who You Love” from A Man of No Importance, “Where Was I (When They Passed Out Luck?)” from Minnie’s Boys, and “Sometimes A Day Goes By” from Woman of the Year.

July 31, 2012

David will be playing the roles of Alexas and Menas in a reading of Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra with the Hyperion Theatre Company in New York.

November 4-December 23, 2011 

David will be appearing as Fred in A Christmas Carol (by Alan Menken, Lynn Ahrens, & Mike Ockrent) at The Janesville Armory Dinner Theatre in Janesville, Wisconsin.  Directed/choreographed by Scott Michaels.

June 1-8, 2011 

David will be conceiving, producing, and appearing as five different characters in A Toast to Tennessee: A Centennial Showcase, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Tennessee Williams’ birth, at The Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York.  Directed by Sean Gallagher.