David is an original member of LAByrinth Theater Company.   LAByrinth began in 1992 when 13 actors joined forces to form a place to work. The goal was to create a home where the group, for three hours each week, could engage in a variety of theatrical exercises designed to "push each others' limits and bind together into a tight-knit, uninhibited and impassioned ensemble - one in which each member is given the opportunity and support, not just to act, but to write, direct, produce, sweep, paint, hang lights, etc." As a result, David has a strong handle on and experience in all aspects of theatre.  

   David appeared on Broadway in the Pulitzer Prize winning Nilo Cruz drama, Anna in the Tropics.  In early 2003 at Off-Broadway's Union Square Theatre, he played Edwin in Our Lady of 121st Street, written by Stephen Adly Guirgis and directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman. LAByrinth productions include Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train (Off-Broadway; Edinburgh Festival; Donmar Warehouse, London) and In Arabia We'd All Be Kings, both written by Guirgis and directed by Hoffman. Theatre: Den of Thieves, Cutting Open Wings, Divine Horseman.   In addition, he has appeared in numerous benefits and readings, most recently the LAB benefit Love & Revenge, written and directed by John Patrick Shanley.