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David Mold


David Frederick Mold (director) has directed Twelfth Night, Richard III, As You Like It, Merchant of Venice, Cymbeline, Love’s Labor Lost and Hamlet for Hip to Hip Theatre Company, for which he is associate artistic director. At American Globe Theatre, he directed Hamlet and Macbeth for the What Makes Shakespeare Great lecture/reading series. He directed the staged concert version of the new opera The Yellow Star at The Museum of Jewish Heritage, as well as at Iona College. Other New York credits include the workshop production of the new play Ophelia’s Mother at American Globe and Action & Reaction for the annual 15-Minute Play Festival, co-produced with Turnip Theatre; new plays for Naked Angels; the cabarets 66% Sondheim, Truly Content and A Christmas “Carol” at the Triad Theatre; Blessing’s Down the Road for Third Eye Repertory; and Kafka’s Report to an Academy, co-directed with Gunter Meisner at the Gene Frankel Theatre. Previously, Professor Mold was the artistic director of New Theatre in Boston, which was dedicated to the development of new American plays. In Boston, he also directed at the Alley Theatre, New Ehrlich Theatre, and Open Door Theatre, and was a co-founder and co-artistic director of The Theatre Company, Inc. In Chicago, he directed at DePaul University and worked as a dramaturg with the Bailiwick Repertory and the Goodman Theatre. In Indianapolis, Professor Mold directed at Edyvean Repertory and Butler University. MMC directing credits include Bogosian’s suburbia, Garcia Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba, The Seagull by Chekhov, Miller’s The Crucible, Paul Green and Richard Wright’s Native Son: The Biography of a Young American, John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath adapted by Frank Galati, George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara, Geography of a Horse Dreamer by Sam Shepard, Lynn Nottage’s Ruined, Stage Door by Ferber and Kaufman, Shakespeare’s Pericles, four medieval plays in a production entitled Myth, Mirth, Music: The Medieval World in Performance, and James Baldwin’s Blues for Mister Charlie.