David started early in theater as Hansel back in 4 th grade. His “career” ended 45 years ago as Gonzalo in a production of “The Tempest” that was best known for forgotten lines and split pants (and an audience that couldn’t stop laughing).
Coming back to acting now, he realizes how little he knew then, and is enjoying learning from the much more experienced actors and directors around him. He’s grateful for the very generous audiences (so far), and hopes you enjoy his contribution to the show. David lives in Buxton with his wife Dena, and a dog and cat, that tolerate him reading his lines to them.