David Bradley

Company Member since 1991. People’s Light: Directed more than 30 productions, including Row After Row, Of Mice and Men, Tom Sawyer, The Crucible, The Giver, A View From the Bridge, He Held Me Grand, …Young Lady From Rwanda, Treasure Island. Theatre Includes: A Fierce Kind of Love (Temple’s Institute on Disabilities); Red Herring, Mauritius, According to Goldman, Unnecessary Farce (Act II Playhouse); The Exonerated (Delaware Theatre Company); Noises Off, The Miracle Worker, Holes, Iron Kisses, This Wonderful Life, Searching for Eden (Indiana Rep); Voices of Voting (Committee of Seventy, writer/director); Artistic Director, Living News and Co-Artistic Director Fighting for Democracy (National Constitution Center); The Lost Hour at PIFA 2013 (Philadelphia Young Playwrights). David is Founding Director of the music non-profit LiveConnections, which inspires learning and builds community through collaborative music-making. He is the recipient of a 2017 Brighter Futures Award from the City of Philadelphia Intellectual Disabilities Services for his work in accessibility in the arts. He teaches at Arcadia University and is a graduate of Yale University. Website: www.liveconnections.org. For Arnie and for Ruth.