Writing Résumé

David has written and collaborated on several plays, one-acts, songs, and sketches. He was the Film Critic for The Watermark for 6 years. His most distinctive achievement as a playwright was his 10-minute play Clothes Encounter being chosen for production off-off-Broadway in Emerging Artists Theatre's EATFest new play festival.

His complete works:

Acting Out – ten-minute comedy
(co-written with Stephen J. Miller)
Three friends realize that they don’t quite know each other as well as they thought.
• Stage Q, Madison, WI, June 2008

Nicoteam
 – ten-minute comedy
At a support group meeting, four former smokers and their facilitator make some surprising discoveries about themselves.
• Playwrights’ Round Table, Orlando, FL, July 2006

Whipping Wally Wonker
 – one-act musical comedy
(co-written with Stephen J. Miller)
The Wonker Kids are back, and (30 years later) they’re suing everybody’s favorite Candy Man for the injuries they sustained during a childhood visit to his chocolate factory. Any similarities to the Roald Dahl classic are purely intentional.
• Utmost Productions/Orlando Fringe Festival, Orlando, FL, May 2004

My Big Fat Gay Wedding
 – one-act musical comedy
(co-written with Stephen J. Miller)
Three friends work through their selfish reactions to finding out two of their best male friends are planning to get married.
• Utmost Productions/Orlando Fringe Festival, Orlando, FL, May 2003

Clothes Encounter
 – ten-minute comedy
(co-written with Stephen J. Miller)
A man and woman find some surprises on their second date, after initially meeting at a nude beach.
"A powerful message with some really great laughs... well-written and thought-provoking." - Byrne Harrison, 
The Off-Off-Broadway Review

"An adorable play." - Duncan Pflaster, 
BroadwayWorld.Com
• Playwrights’ Round Table, Orlando, FL, July 2002
• Carrollwood Players, Tampa, FL, July 2003
• Graceland University, Lamoni, IA, October 2003
• Playwrights’ Round Table (Best Of), Orlando, FL, July 2004
• Emerging Artists’ Theatre EATFest (off-off-Broadway), New York, NY, November 2007

Sons of the Revolution – two-act drama
(co-written with Stephen J. Miller)
An examination of the history of violence in American culture, as seen through the events surrounding a horrific terrorist act.
• PRT/Maitland Jewish Community Center, Maitland, FL, June 2002

Leaving Neverland
 – two-act comedy
(co-written with Stephen J. Miller)
Seven gay men face the horrors of turning 30.
• Tallahassee Little Theatre, Tallahassee, FL, April 1999
• SMO Productions/Theatre Downtown, Orlando, FL, October 1999

GLCS Spectrum Awards
 – stage awards show
(co-written with Wm. André Provencher)
Various host speeches, short sketches, interstitial bits, and jokes.
• GLCS Productions, Orlando, FL, 1995-1998

Filme Fatale
 - bi-weekly film review column
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• 
The Watermark
, Orlando, FL, 1994-1999, 2006-2007

Orlando Gay Chorus
 - choral concerts
Various scripts, lyrics, and show concepts.
• OGC Productions, Orlando, FL, 1993-1998

We Need A Little Christmas!
 – two-act musical
(co-written with Wm. André Provencher)
Two gay men and their family spend Christmas at a cabin in the Virginia mountains. A colorful array of characters pop by bringing song, mayhem, and ultimately the true meaning of the holidays.
• Hat Box Revue/Theatre Downtown, Orlando, FL, December 1993

Baby Jane! the musical comedy (formerly Janie! the musical
) – one-act musical satire
(co-written with Wm. André Provencher)
The classic 1962 thriller 
What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?
, reinvented as a cheesy musical comedy.
• Hat Box Revue/Out & About Books, Orlando, FL, October 1993
• Hat Box Revue/Theatre Downtown, Orlando, FL, January 2004

After The Wall
 – stage sketch comedy show
Various sketches
• Hat Box Revue, Orlando, FL, June 1993

The Cutting Room Floor
 - TV sketch comedy show
Various sketches – 4 episodes
• Bridgewater Cable BTV-8, Bridgewater, MA 1989-1991


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