Actors' Shakespeare Project: The Hotel Nepenthe (Director, Scenic and Costume Design);The Duchess of Malfi (Director, Scenic Design); The Tempest (Scenic Design); Titus Andronicus (Director and Scenic Design), and King Lear (Scenic and Costume Design). David is a director, designer, visual artist, and theatre educator. He is the recipient of the 2007 Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Director for Titus Andronicus; The Hotel Nepenthe won the 2011 Elliot Norton Awards for Outstanding Ensemble and Outstanding New Play. Recent directing projects include the Boston premieres of Red and Blackbird at SpeakEasy Stage Company; Marlowe's Doctor Faustus at Suffolk University's Modern Theatre; the world premieres of Walt McGough's The Farm and John Kuntz's The Salt Girl at Boston Playwrights Theatre; the New England premieres of Cherry Docs, The Lieutenant of Inishmore and My Name is Rachel Corrie at The New Repertory Theatre; The Winter's Tale as part of the Shakespeare Exploded Festival at the American Repertory Theatre; Adrienne Kennedy'sFunnyhouse of a Negro at Brandeis Theatre Company; and Romeo and Juliet for The Boston Conservatory. David is a graduate of both the directing program at the A.R.T. Institute for Advanced Theatre Training, and the visual and environmental studies department of Harvard University. He has been director of the theatre program at Concord Academy since 2000, where he has directed productions by Sophocles, Shakespeare, Chekhov, Pirandello, Brecht, and Suzan-Lori Parks, as well as the first ever high school production of The Laramie Project, in February 2001. At Concord he directs a company of student artists committed to creating original experimental work, with whom he has conceived and directed eleven world-premieres, including Sea of Troubles, LHOOQ, Double Negative, HOWL, Permanent Fatal Errors, and FLUX. For more information, please visit davidrgammons.com.