Tag: Theatre

Content relating to theatre production’s David has acted in.

  • CV credit: Alternative

    Playing Will in Alternative, directed by Melinda Burton, produced by Trunkman Productions.

  • CV credit: Secrets from the Long Grass

    Playing Vincenzo Cardosi in Secrets from the Long Grass, directed by Kate Bannister, produced by Jack Studio Theatre.

  • CV credit: Happy Everyday!

    Playing Manfred in Happy Everyday!, directed by Liisa Smith, produced by StageSpell Theatre Company.

  • CV credit: The Twenty Minute Policy

    Playing Andrew in The Twenty Minute Policy, directed by Melinda Burton, produced by Trunkman Productions.

  • CV credit: Marlowe

    Playing Christopher Marlowe in Marlowe, directed by D.E. Lillie, produced by Griffon's Edge Productions.

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  • CV credit: Stay With Me Till Dawn

    Playing Lewis in Stay With Me Till Dawn, directed by Andy McQuade, produced by Second Skin Theatre.

  • CV credit: The Other Roof

    Playing Andy in The Other Roof, directed by Cathal Cleary, produced by Writers Avenue.

  • Announcement: Supernatural Show dates

    24-28 November at 7.30pm

    28 & 29 November at 3.30pm

    From 5 December to 10 January:
    Saturday Matinee at 3.30pm
    Sunday and Monday at 7.30pm

    No show on Sat 26 Dec (Boxing Day)

  • CV credit: Supernatural

    Playing Edward in Supernatural, directed by Mykal Rand, produced by Giant Olive Theatre Company.

  • Announcement: Supernatural

    David will be appearing as Edward in the Giant Olive Theatre Company production of Supernatural at the Lion and Unicorn in Kentish Town from Tue 24 Nov to Sun 10 Jan. Directed by Mykal Rand.

  • Testimonial: Rob Is

    From the first rehearsal with David on ‘Rob Is’ it was pleasing to come across an actor who brought so many fresh ideas to the role that we may or may not have initially considered. As the collaborative process continued, and some of those ideas were used in the final production whilst others discarded, it was refreshing to find David as one of those rare actors that didn’t get precious about it and sulk in the corner when one of his ideas were not met with applause. Rest assured though, some did. Changes or direction were met without hassle as we all worked towards what was best for the show as a whole. Thus, his memorable performances during the run were not only a reflection of his talents as an actor but a sign of the ease with which directing him had turned out to be. Trunkman Productions would certainly enjoy working with David again on future productions even though he eats far too many vegetable fritters for any sane man.

    Trent Burton—Director and writer Rob Is

  • CV credit: Spud and Moose

    Playing Spud in Spud and Moose, directed by Anneka Harry, produced by Altered Spaces.

  • Announcement: Rob is

    David will be playing the part of Andy Caan in the world premiere of Trunkman Productions’ Rob is at The Camden Fringe 2009.

    Rob is a new play by award winning writer Trent Burton. The show will be at the Camden People’s Theatre from the 10th–15th August 2009 and the show starts at 7:45pm.

  • Testimonial: The Tempest

    David Swain gave 200% commitment for his role as Caliban in a one hour adapted version of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. David’s eagerness and willingness to experiment with his character through rehearsals brought exciting unexpected elements to his character which aided not only himself but the play as a whole.

    The moment David auditioned for Caliban – he instantly brought the character to life. As a director I felt extremely fortunate and to a degree ‘spoilt’ for working with David as his determination and creativeness are rare assets to find in many actors.

    David also positively gave his assistance for technical support during the production when it was most needed. I always appreciated his work on and off stage as it did nothing but help carry the production to its final goal.

    David Alonso—Director The Tempest

  • CV credit: Instillation

    Playing Fizz in Instillation, directed by Amna Khwaja, produced by Y.S.S. productions.

  • Announcement: Instillation

    David will be playing the part of modern artist Fizz in Y.S.S. productions’ Instillation as part of the Lost one-act festival. The piece will be directed by Amna Khwaja,

  • CV credit: Hamlet

    Playing Hamlet in Hamlet, directed by Amina Nolan, produced by Off The Wagon.

  • CV credit: The Tempest

    Playing Caliban in The Tempest, directed by David Alonso, produced by Interpret Theatre Company.

  • Announcement: The Tempest playing Caliban

    David will be playing Caliban in the Interpret Theatre Company 2009 production of The Tempest at Central School of Speech and Drama.

  • CV credit: Beauty and The Beast

    Playing Prince Leo / Beast / Esmeralda in Beauty and The Beast, directed by Michael Coffman, produced by West Midlands Childrens Theatre.

  • Testimonial: As You Like It

    I directed David as Jacques in As You Like it for the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival. First of all David was an excellent company member – always smiling, positive, well prepared and relaxed. The part of Jacques is tough one to play. From day one David worked hard to get beneath the surface of the character and to make sense of the lines. He made strong decisions and every time he entered the stage he brought with him an excellent, strong, focused energy that took the scene somewhere new. He handled the verse very well. David worked exceptionally hard to keep his performance fresh every night, in the sections where he was in major he was always developing and exploring his performance, and so many wonderful moments were discovered. During this process David always listened to, respected, and took on board my opinion of what worked and (very occasionally) what didn’t. During sections where other actors depended on David supporting them he always hit his marks. What emerged was a wonderful performance that captured the spirit of Jacques and the play, and I would love to work with David again.

    David Rowan—Associate Director to the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, Director As You Like It.

  • Testimonial: The Comedy of Errors

    David is extremely athletic and energetic on stage. He’s a great guy and likes a good joke.

    Steve Young—Director, The Comedy Of Errors.

  • CV credit: The Comedy Of Errors

    Playing Egeon / Balthazar / 2nd Merchant in The Comedy Of Errors, directed by Steve Young, produced by Cambridge Shakespeare Festival.

  • CV credit: As You Like It

    Playing Jacques in As You Like It, directed by David Rowan, produced by Cambridge Shakespeare Festival.

  • Announcement: As You Like It and The Comedy of Errors at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

    David will be playing the parts of Jacques in As You Like it and Egeon, Balthazar and 2nd Merchant In The Comedy Of Errors as part of 2008 Cambridge Shakespeare Festival programme.

  • Testimonial: Fallout

    David Swain is of that very rare breed of actors where devil may care bravery commingles successfully with complete dependability. His no holds barred approach is a delight to work with. You’ll never see David hold back. He’s bright and intuitive and will give it 100% whatever you ask of him. At the same time his professionalism is such that you can trust him to be there with the right head on, whatever the state of the world outside. His timekeeping and general attitude are impeccable. A rare and superb combination of attributes. Would there were more like him

    Andy Jones—Director, Crescent Theatre, Birmingham.

  • CV credit: Man Wanted

    Playing Tom in Man Wanted, directed by Roisin Caffrey, produced by Crescent Theatre Company.

  • CV credit: Fallout

    Playing Joe in Fallout, directed by Andy Jones, produced by Crescent Theatre Company.

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  • Testimonial: Shopping and Fucking

    David gives 110 per cent, is always ready to listen, and eager for intelligent debate. All of this makes him a great actor to work with, to direct, and to watch.

    Robert F. Ball—Director, Shopping and Fucking.

  • CV credit: Shopping And Fucking

    Playing Mark in Shopping And Fucking, directed by Robert F. Ball, produced by Crescent Theatre Company.

  • CV credit: Macbeth

    Playing Various Roles in Macbeth, directed by Stephen Barnes, produced by Troika Productions.

  • CV credit: Monster

    Playing Creature in Monster, directed by Sarah Reynolds, produced by QTQ Theatre Company.

  • CV credit: Glengarry Glen Ross

    Playing Williamson in Glengarry Glen Ross, directed by Rogelio Nevares, produced by Starvling & Co.

  • CV credit: The Shape Of Things

    Playing Adam in The Shape Of Things, directed by Ria Moody, produced by Creative Flux Mixed Media.

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