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last updated May 12, 2013
soon: "xanadu" in saugatuck...seriously --> David makes his Mason Street Warehouse debut as Danny MacGuire -- that dimpled matinee idol of yesteryear who teams up with a goofy hearthrob and his Aussie-twanged Grecian muse/gal-pal, intent on making a second run at success. Wacky 80s-style magic ensues. If you find yourself in Michigan early this summer be sure to check out this fun, fun show! Learn more...
then: songs for a summer night --> David returns to the Bristol Riverside Theatre to lend his vocal stylings for their ongoing song series. This next concert, entitled the BRT Broadway Collection (as you may have guessed) highlights Broadway standards and some of your favorites will certainly be in the line up. If you're in the Philadelphia area this August be sure to check it out. Learn more...
later: bittersuite 2.0 premieres in jersey --> David takes his longtime collaboration with the team of Weiss & Champagne to the next level. David directs and performs in the next chapter of their BITTERSUITE cycle in its first full production at Centenary Stage Company -- part of its Fall Black Box Series. It's a rare opportunity to enjoy a fresh work on mature themes at this key phase of development. Check back here for the latest information as it becomes available.
the rumor is true --> David is slated to release a new record album in the not-too-distant future. Tracks laid. More soon.
sandy relief--> David started 2013 by giving back to the Jersey community he has made a professional home over the last decade as both an actor and director. He again served in both capacities helming A SONG FOR LBI. Funds from this one-night-only performance will benefit the Southern Ocean County Community Foundation (www.soccfoundation.org), a non-profit organization that works to strengthen the local community, specifically by supporting the seven food pantries located in Southern Ocean County.
A SONG FOR LBI took place on Monday, January 21 at Abingdon Theatre Company’s June Havoc Theatre located at 312 West 36th Street in New York City with a 7pm reception, followed by an 8pm performance.
actors, don't forget --> David's song search service. For the price of a voice lesson he will fill you audition book with songs hand-picked for you based on your needs, vocal range and temperment. Learn more...
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