David is happy to be working in the UK on this monumental new production of Disney’s Beauty and The Beast. Working with all of the members of the original creative team from the first Broadway production has been a great honour. David’s work has been seen all over the world thanks to Beauty and The Beast.
On Broadway David has designed many shows including: Baby Its You, Company (Revival), Anything Goes, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, She Loves Me, Guys and Dolls (CLAIROL award for Outstanding Hair Design on Broadway), Tommy, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The King and I, Moliere Comedies, Night of The Iguana, On The Waterfront, Wait Until Dark, On The Town, Grease, Death of a Salesman (NY/LA and Showtime), Bells are Ringing, 42nd Street (NY, Germany, US Tour), The Full Monty (NY and Tour), Maurice Hines’ Guys and Dolls (Tour), The Crucible, Some Like it Hot starring Tony Curtis (Tour), Dance of the Vampires, All Shook Up (NY and Tour), and Souvenir.
Off-Broadway his work has been seen in: Mimi Le Duck (New World Stages), Indian Blood (Primary Stages), The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Dinah Was, Twelfth Night, and A Dybbuk (NYSF), Jeffrey, and Picasso at the Lapin Agile (NYC and Tour).
Other credits include Chicago (2nd Tour) and Elaborate Lives: The Legend of Aida (Alliance Theater), Bounce (Goodman Theatre and Kennedy Center).
David also designed the hair for two seasons of Saturday Night Live (Emmy Nomination), and the films; What Ever Happened to Baby Jane (ABC), The James Brady Story (HBO).
He was the winner of the 1994 outstanding achievement award from Theatre Crafts International for work on Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. He was happy to be have been asked to work on the Shanghai Disney’s production of Beauty and The Beast as well.
In honour of the late, great Paul Huntley. Without his mentorship, I would not be here.