David R. Gammons

DAVID R. GAMMONS (Director) is a director, designer, visual artist, and theatre educator. David is thrilled to return to SpeakEasy Stage where he has directed the New England premieres of The Motherf**ker with the Hat (2013 Elliot Norton Awards for Outstanding Production and Outstanding Actress), Red (2012 Elliot Norton Awards for Outstanding Production and Outstanding Actor), and Blackbird (2009 Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Actress). Other recent directing credits include Chekhov's Three Sisters at Boston College; Cherry Docs, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, and My Name is Rachel Corrie at New Repertory Theatre; Adrienne Kennedy's Funnyhouse of a Negro with Brandeis Theater Company; the world premieres of The Farm by Walt McGough and The Salt Girl by John Kuntz at Boston Playwrights' Theatre; The Winter's Tale as part of the Shakespeare Exploded Festival at the American Repertory Theater; and Medea, The Hotel Nepenthe, The Duchess of Malfi, and Titus Andronicus (2007 Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Director) for Actors' Shakespeare Project. Mr. Gammons has proudly served as the Director of the Theatre Program at Concord Academy for the last fourteen years, where he teaches directing and oversees a company of young performers devoted to developing original experimental work for the stage. David also serves as the 2013-2014 Rev. J. Donald Monan S.J. Professor of Theatre Arts at Boston College. Mr. Gammons is a graduate of Harvard University with a degree in Visual and Environmental Studies, and a graduate of the Directing Program of the American Repertory Theater Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University. For more information, please visit davidrgammons.com.