C., and as Associate Artistic Director for Atlanta’s Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre.He has had more than 40 new plays and musicals produced internationally, including the Laurence Olivier-nominated musical HOT MIKADO.C.; directed HAMLET at Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival and a World Premiere of HERO at the Marriott Theatre and Asolo Repertory Theatre; and wrote THE RULES OF LOVE in Istanbul with Turkish rock stars Sertab Erener and Demir Demirkan.David opened SHAKIN’ THE RAFTERS for Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre in Atlanta; directed SOUTH PACIFIC, 9 TO 5, CABARET and ON THE TOWN for the Marriott Lincolnshire; and directed THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, and PERICLES for Chicago Shakespeare Theatre.He directed his musical THE BOWERY BOYS at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire, and directed and choreographed ONCE ON THIS ISLAND at Marriott and HOT MIKADO at Drury Lane.
He has served as Artistic Director for the historic Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.The ensemble culminates with a final project, typically a dinner theatre production. William Folger, Director of Choral Activities at (410) 543-6386 or [email protected] has collaborated on world premiere musicals with Craig Carnelia, Cy Coleman, Russell Baker, Jimmy Buffett, Herman Wouk, David Crane and Marta Kauffman, Bob Gaudio, Henry Marsh, Barry Mason, Jim Stafford, Eddie Seago and Mike Leander, among many others.He directed and coauthored KNUTE ROCKNE: ALL-AMERICAN at The Theatre at the Center, and his adaptation of THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE played at the Drury Lane Oakbrook for which he was nominated for 3 Jefferson awards.
For Northwestern University’s Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts, David has directed A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM and four Waa-Mu Shows: WHAT’S NEXT? David is currently writing and directing THE MUSEUM OF BROKEN RELATIONSHIPS with composer Daniel Green.Audition Dates & Requirements Degree Tracks Course Descriptions Ensembles Jury Information Independent Study Forms Music Student Information Careers in Music PRESTO Archives Faculty & Staff Event Calendar FAQs Outreach Programs Pictures Scholarship Information Student Advisory Board NAf ME Student Chapter Alumni and Friends Study Abroad Support Music @ SU Contact Us Salisbury University 200 Fulton Hall meets on Monday and Wednesday afternoons from to p.m. The purpose of this ensemble is to perform a medley of show tunes from a variety of Broadway musicals at the end of each semester.