About Florida Repertory Theatre
is a designer for theatre, opera, and environments based in New York City. His work Off-Broadway has been seen at Classic Stage Company, The Joyce, Prospect Theatre Company, The Play Company, Working Theatre, kef Productions, New Federal Theatre, The Westside Theatre, The Duke on 42nd Street, Theatre Row, and 59e59. Regionally, his work has been seen at The Kennedy Center, George Street Playhouse, Weston Playhouse, Northern Stage, Dorset Theatre Festival, Ogunquit Playhouse, Hangar Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Group, Florida Studio Theatre, John W. Engeman Theatre, Bucks County Playhouse, Hudson Stage Company, Geva Theatre Center, Kitchen Theatre Company, Gulfshore Playhouse, UrbanArias, Merry Go Round Playhouse, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, and Opera North. David has been John Doyle’s scenic associate on several productions including the NYC revivals of Sondheim’s PASSION and PACIFIC OVERTURES, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ALLEGRO, and the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of THE COLOR PURPLE, as well as the national tour. Other work on Broadway includes the recent productions of LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES starring Liev Schreiber, KING CHARLES III, CONSTELLATIONS starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Wilson (all designed by Tom Scutt), and DISASTER THE MUSICAL designed by Tobin Ost. Working with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, David has designed several productions of BROADWAY BARES, including the 25th Anniversary production directed by Jerry Mitchell and Nick Kenkel. As a design assistant, he has worked with designers Christopher Oram, Santo Loquasto, Andrew Jackness, Wilson Chin, Alexander Dodge and David Korins. David lives in Manhattan and has a BFA from Ithaca College. He is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829. Awards and Nominations include the Norma Fire Emerging Artist Award (Winner – SEX WITH STRANGERS – 2017), IRNE Award (Nomination – AN AMERICAN IN PARIS – 2019), SALT Award (Nomination – THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA – 2015), Henry Hewes Award (Nomination – FIRST PRIZE – 2011).