David's association with Philip George began in 1993 when he created musical staging and tap choreography for the Drama Desk Award winning Howard Crabtree's WHOOP-DEE-DOO! Most recently they mounted a critically acclaimed revival of THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS at the famed Gateway Playhouse in Bellport, Long Island. In between David's choreography has been featured in such varying projects as Vanessa Williams' Christmas Special, produced by Ken Ehrlich for ABC television, and the HBO documentary DRAGTIME, produced by Fred Rydel.
On Broadway, David conceived and choreographed the "1776" entry in the 1998 Easter Bonnet Competition which won "best presentation".
His Off-Broadway credits include: WHOOP-DEE-DOO!, the only New York revival of ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER at the Harold Clurman Theater, SING FOR YOUR SUPPER at the Di Capo Arts Theater, and Assistant Choreographer for ANYTHING COLE also at the Harold Clurman Theater.
Regionally David created the street dancing that tied the scenes together in Shakespeare's THE MERCHANT OF VENICE at Syracuse Stage. He directed and choreographed an acclaimed production of DAMES AT SEA at The Theater Barn and, also at The Theater Barn, choreographed TRIXIE TRUE TEEN DETECTIVE. Summer Stock theaters in New York have showcased his work in GREASE, I LOVE MY WIFE, and ANYTHING GOES, to name a few.
All of this work has fit in with a successful performing career featuring 7 Broadway shows, 3 Off-Broadway shows, 4 National Tours, and countless regional and stock productions.
With a BFA in Musical Theater from Syracuse University David has taught Theater Dance and Musical Theater Performance at New York University, Syracuse Stage, Le Moyne College and Salt City Center for the Performing Arts.