David is thrilled to direct a virtual adaptation of Inda Craig-Galván's a hit dog will holler for Tennessee State University's Department of Communications and its Theatre & Dance Program. David is proud to play his part in support of TSU's innovative and ethical commitment to virtual theatremaking in the era of Covid-19
David serves as a Producing Artistic Director for Pipeline-Collective, whose innovative new works development and community building program The Salon has just entered its third year -- and its second as an incubator for virtual theatremaking. The Salon is a program unlike any other and welcoming to all.
David is proud to serve as an educator for accelerated students via Vanderbilt University's Programs for Talented Youth, offering innovative classes like “Theory, Criticism, and Star Wars” and “The Avengers meet The Hero with a Thousand Faces: Intersections of the MCU and Literary Criticism.”
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David is honored to serve Tennessee State University as a full-time faculty member in the TSU Department of Communications and its Theatre & Dance Program. At TSU David teaches theatre and communications courses, leads master workshops, and directs productions within the season.
David's life in the theatre began when he played a bunny rabbit in his third-grade talent show. Over a career that spans more than two decades, David has worked as a director, playwright, actor, dancer, choreographer, educator, critic, producer, and coach.