David can be heard in The Brick Satellite, Episode Two of the Pulp Musicals radio series. David plays Charles Coram, the governor of Township Number Nine.
David will be joining an evening of song celebrating the life of legendary composer Marvin Hamlisch at Catalina Jazz Club. Including music from the Broadway musicals A Chorus Line, They’re Playing Our Song, The Goodbye Girl, and Sweet Smell of Success, as well as films like The Way We Were, The Spy Who Loved Me, Ice Castles, The Sting, and many more.
David will be joining the Harvard Yardbirds a capella group with special guest Jim Connolly, for an afternoon of comedy and song!
Benefitting the Motion Picture and Television Fund.
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David lent his voice to a live performance of the score to the popular video game series Kingdom Hearts at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The concert featured more than 70 musicians on stage, with amazing HD video cinematics supervised by director Tetsuya Nomura himself.
Tuesday April 18th 7:30 pm. $15 ($10 with the code Gershwin for an early online purchase discount) + 2-item food/beverage minimum.
Featuring: Amy Brothman & Dianne Fraser, Alexis Carra, Fay DeWitt, Shelly Goldstein, Ilene Graff & Ben Lanzarone, Evelyn Halus & Oliviana Halus-Griep, Juliana Hansen, Greg MacKellan, Barbara Minkus, Joanne O’Brien, Autumn Reeser, Sammy Williams, David Zack and more!
David is delighted to be returning to the cast of Come Fly With Me! The Sammy Cahn Songbook at the Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota.
Featuring songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Mario Lanza, Doris Day, Bing Crosby, Jo Stafford and more. Come Fly With Me! celebrates the most recorded songwriter of the 20th century with songs such as “Come Fly with Me,” “Three Coins in the Fountain,” “High Hopes,” and “All the Way.”
The Good People Theatre Company production of Closer Than Ever was included on Don Grigware’s The Best in LA Theatre for 2015 list, receiving mentions for Best Production and Best Ensemble: Musical.