David Warren

David Warren previously directed Pal Joey (1992) at the Huntington. He directed Holiday at Circle In The Square (Outer Critics Circle nomination Best Revival); Summer and Smoke and Misalliance at the Roundabout; and Hobson's Choice at Atlantic Theatre Co. (Lucille Lortel Award nomination Best Revival). Premieres include Richard Greenberg's The DazzleHurrah at Last (Both for Roundabout), Night and Her Stars (MTC), and his adaptation of Pal Joey; Nicky Silver's Eros TrilogyRaised in CaptivityPterodactyls (Obie Award), and Fit to be Tied; Tom Donaghy's Minutes From The Blue Route and From Above; Leslie Ayvazian's High Dive; William Finn's Romance in Hard Times; Eric Overmeyer's Mi Vida Loca and John Corwin's Gone Home (MTC); Albert Innaurato's Gus and Al; and Harmony by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman. Other credits: West Coast productions of Raised in Captivity and Jon Robin Baitz's The End of the Day. Regional: Twelfth Night (Long Wharf), The Philadelphia Story (Hartford Stage), Eric Bogosian'sGriller and productions for La Jolla Playhouse, South Coast Repertory, New York Stage and Film, and others. He has received an L.A. Weekly, three Dramalogue awards and an L.A. Drama Critic's Circle nomination. He is a founding member of Drama Dept. Upcoming projects include Steven Dietz's Fiction at the McCarter.

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