David Wolber | Actor, Director | Detroit | Art Jobs
Country: United States
City: Detroit
Industry: Theatre & Opera
Professional Title: Actor, Director

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David Wolber is an actor and director and a Producing Artistic Director at Theatre NOVA. He was the Artistic Director at Performance Network (2007-2014). Recently, he directed "Stargazers" by Reina Hardy, "The How and the Why" by Sarah Treem, and "The Revolutionists" by Lauren Gunderson for Theatre NOVA and appeared onstage at Meadow Brook Theatre in "The Snow Geese" and in two plays at Detroit Repertory Theatre. He also directed and co-devised "Dream Deferred: Detroit, 1967" at Matrix Theatre Company. The has received awards for acting and directing including Best Play for "The Revolutionists" (director), Best Teamwork for "Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery" at Meadow Brook, Best One Person Show for directing "2.5 Minute Ride" at Matrix, and Best Actor as Winston in "1984" at Williamston. David has performed and directed at many professional theatres across Michigan, as well as at the Edinburgh Fringe in Scotland. David is an alumnus of Wayne State's theatre program, a member of Actors’ Equity Association, and an Associate Producer on Jasmine Rivera's short film "American Prophet." Follow your path.