David recently stepped down as Managing Director of the WorkShop Theater Company (www.workshoptheater.org) after having served as both a WST Producing Director and Artistic Associate. Administratively, David created the WorkShop's successful annual direct mail campaign which has been an important part of the formula which has kept our creative doors open since 2004. WorkShop creative credits include acting with and directing Olympia Dukakis in two readings of RULES on our Main Stage, and recently appearing in the critically acclaimed production of INTERCHANGE, among many other projects on our two stages. Other NYC acting credits include the role of "J.J." in BLOOMSDAY ON BROADWAY with William Hurt, Marian Seldes, and Fritz Weaver at Symphony Space; A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM as "Demetrius", "Thisby" and "Flute" with Theater for a New Audience at Lincoln Center; and in MEDEA as the Blind Messenger, directed by David Herskovits for Target Margin. David serves on Manhattan Community Board 4, where he is the Chair of its Quality of Life Committee. He is working with all 12 Manhattan Community Boards to form an unprecedented alliance with many New York City art support and advocacy organizations in an effort to find innovative solutions to the ever growing financial and real estate issues facing New York's performing arts community. Presently he is working on the issue of property tax relief for all NYC non-profit performing arts organizations that pursue an artistic mission, or rent to those companies that do. He also serves on CB4's Clinton/Hells Kitchen Land Use and as a result now knows more about R8 zoning variances and ULURPs (being "ULURPed" is a verb) than he ever anticipated. David has produced Country music in Nashville, bungy-jumped off the highest bridge in New Zealand and Scuba-dived the Great Barrier Reef. Go Niners. .