David Mitchell

(1976) David started taking dance lessons at seven years of age, the beginning of his career in the arts. He played Winthrop in the Arlington Friends of the Drama production of Music Man in 1966. He is celebrating ten years of amateur theater with Tommy here in Concord.

David is currently (1976) an acting major at Boston University's School for the Arts. David actually danced with the Bolshoi Ballet in 1963. He was in the fourth grade.

(2000) in an email correspondence:
"The photo is one my agent uses for submissions to commercials, etc. But I have not done any. Instead, I have traveled the country with various Shakespeare groups and worked professionally on and off for the past 20 years. I enjoyed my time in the Concord/Acton area and really loved doing the productions I did with The Concord Players. Perhaps my highlight there was playing Solyony in The Three Sisters. The director was Peter Frisch who is now the head of the theater arts department at Carnegie Mellon. I am about to open in a play in Los Angeles that I co-wrote. It is called The Russians Are Here!"

 

 

Concord Player Productions
Date
Production
Role
1976
Tommy Djilas
1975
Editor
1975
Solyony
1972
Streetsinger
1971
Dark of the Moon
1970
Celebration