David Glenn Armstrong
DAVID GLENN ARMSTRONG has staged over 160 productions/workshops seen in 49 states including work at the New York Shakespeare Festival, Goodspeed Opera, Walnut Street, Manhattan Theatre Club, Classic Stage Company, Library of Congress, Pasadena Playhouse, Inge Festival, Chicago Humanities Festival, Blank Theatre, Amas, HERE, York, Pacific Rep Opera, Arkansas Rep, NYMF, Anchorage Opera, and Iowa Shakespeare Festival. David is privileged to have directed new works by authors as diverse as Pulitzer Prize winners Sheldon Harnick and Jonathan Larson; to have shared opening nights with Theatre Hall of Famers Jerry Bock, Joe Stein, and Tom Jones; and to have been enthralled in rehearsal by Oscar winners Geraldine Page, Kim Hunter, and Olympia Dukakis. David is proud to have worked with Tony winners/nominees Karen Akers, Annaleigh Ashford, Kate Baldwin, Hunter Bell, Ben Davis, Christopher Fitzgerald, Beth Fowler, David Garrison, Montego Glover, Sam Harris, Cady Huffman, Robin de Jesús, Judy Kaye, Charles Kimbrough, Megan Lawrence, Norm Lewis, Rebecca Luker, Forrest McClendon, David Miller, Brad Oscar, Faith Prince, Charlotte Rae, Carole Shelley, Maria Tucci, Louis Zorich, and hundreds of other amazing actors, writers, composers, designers, stage managers, technicians, and producers that have inspired him to make magic in the dark.
Outside the theatre, David has directed and/or produced corporate industrials on three continents working with superstars such as Jon Bon Jovi, Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Scissor Sisters, Gloria Gaynor, and Martha Stewart in productions for Coca-Cola, the Qatar Department of the Interior, Lowe's, The New York Times, Zegna, The Corcoran Group, Hasbro, Citibank, Rite Aid, Trane, Chrome Hearts, the Miami Design District, Art Basel/Design Miami, the Bass Museum, Ainsworth Associates, and Violy, Byorum & Partners.
David was born in a tiny Iowa farm town; raised in Michigan and Virginia; graduated from Adelphi University on Long Island; and now, whenever not in the throes of rehearsal, hangs out in Central Park with Rufus, the most amazing Brussels Griffon ever.
I'd like to thank you all for your "congratulations" and um, well, condolences, but I didn't direct "Scandalous" on Broadway. Really. To find that David Armstrong (who used to be David Holgrive), click here.