PLAYWRITING: The Flames is now published as part of The Collective:10 Play Anthology. You can buy a copy at the Drama Book Shop or on Amazon.
DIRECTING: The Children's Hour at Bloomsburg University, April 11-15
PLAYWRITING: Mystic in the Savage State will receive an in-house reading by the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble in April
DIRECTING: The Nosemaker's Apprentice: Chronicles of a Medieval Plastic Surgeon by Nick Jones and Rachel Shukert with Amphibian Stage Productions, Fort Worth, TX, July

"A father weaves a magical tale for his daughter to justify his unlicensed plastic surgery practice, tracing the origins of cosmetic surgery to craftsmen in medieval Europe. The hero of this tale is Gavin, a young orphan rescued from the Ivanhoe Workhouse for Criminally Impoverished Boys when he is apprenticed with the local Nosemaker. Gavin becomes one of the finest surgeons in Vienna, using innovative skin grafting techniques and cutting-edge alchemy, but when he is unable to help a powerful and mutilated knight recently returned from the crusades, he finds his feet over the fire… literally."


INTERVIEW: David was interviewed by WVIA's Erika Funke on her show ArtScene. Listen to the NPR affiliate broadcast via podcast: ArtScene for November 4 2013.
PLAYWRITING: The Collective performed The Flames at the book launch party for The Collective:10 Play Anthology (The Flames is in the book) at Drama Book Shop, NYC, on Monday, December 9.
DIRECTING: Staged reading of The Cost of Living by Jay Koepke at the KCACTF Region 2 Festival, January 2014
PLAYWRITING: Mystic in the Savage State received a workshop and public reading with Strange Sun Theater. The public reading was Sunday, December 15 at the Manhattan Theatre Club's Creative Center.
DIRECTING: Avenue Q (musical), Bloomsburg University, November 2013
PLAYWRITING: The Flames was selected as one of the 24 plays (of nearly 200 submitted) to be performed in The Secret Theatre's ACT ONE Festival in September.
DIRECTING: Alice Unraveled, a new rock musical by Kelly Izzo, was be performed in a series of developmental staged readings as part of the New York Musical Festival in July. Using characters from Lewis Carroll’s classic novel in an contemporary world, Alice is a teenage girl struggling with the post-traumatic stress. Alice is pulled “down the rabbit hole” and into a nightmarish world in which she cannot separate reality from memory. Will she ever regain her voice?


David A. Miller is a NYC-based director, playwright, and educator. David is Assistant Professor of Theatre (acting, directing and playwriting) at Bloomsburg University and is a resident director for Amphibian Stage Productions (Fort Worth, TX). He is former is the Artistic Director of The Artful Conspirators.

As a leader in theatre education, David has served as Director of Educational Outreach at Seattle Children's Theatre, Director of the Theater Program at Manhattan College, Artistic Director of CityKids Repertory Company (NYC) and Director of Education at Roundabout Theatre Company (NYC). Past teaching positions adjunct faculty member at Wagner College, City College's Graduate Program in Educational Theatre, and Kingsborough Community College (Brooklyn).

As a director, teaching artist, actor, stage manager or administrator David has worked with theaters throughout the country, including Seattle Children's Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Festival, Annex Theatre, Wooden O Theatre, Printer's Devil Theater, George Street Playhouse, McCarter Theater, Hangar Theater, Syracuse Stage, Prospect Theatre Company, Vital Theatre Company, The New Acting Company, Dixon Place, and The Kennedy Center.

He is proud to be an alum of the Drama League Director's Project. David received his MFA in Directing from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.  For a full Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Who's that guy in the photo at left?  Grant Goodman, during rehearsals for Hamlet at Syracuse Stage.