Director, Actor, and Sometimes Gardener

DAVID WOLBER is an actor and director, and was the Artistic Director at Performance Network Theatre from 2007 to 2014. Favorite shows he directed include 2.5 Minute Ride by Lisa Kron, Dear Elizabeth by Sarah Ruhl, Katherine by Kim Carney, The Velocity of Autumn by Eric Coble, A Kid Like Jake by Daniel Pearle, Other Desert Cities by Jon Robin Baitz, I and You by Lauren Gunderson, Good People by David Lindsay-Abaire, Dead Man’s Shoes by Joseph Zettelmaier (Best New Script – Wilde Award 2012, and a co-production with Williamston Theatre) The War Since Eve by Kim Carney (Best New Script 2011- Wilde Award), The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl, Necessary Targets by Eve Ensler, The White Rose by Lillian Garret-Groag and many more. As an actor, David appeared in 1984 by George Orwell, adaptation by Michael Gene Sullivan, Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery by Ken Ludwig, Leaving Iowa by Tim Clue & Spike Manton (Best Comedy 2015 - Wilde Award), Becky Shaw by Gina Gionfriddo, Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg, Never the Sinner by John Logan, The Home Team by Kim Carney (Favorite Male Performer-Comedy – Wilde Award), and Three Days of Rain by Richard Greenberg (Best Actor - Ann Arbor News, Best Ensemble - Oakland Press) among several others. He has performed and directed shows at Performance Network, Tipping Point Theatre, Matrix Theatre, the Jewish Ensemble Theatre, Williamston Theatre, Boarshead Theatre, Detroit Repertory Theatre and the Edinburgh Fringe in Scotland. David is an alumnus of Wayne State's theatre program, and is a member of Actors’ Equity Association and Americans for the Arts, and has served on several committees for The Arts Alliance of Washtenaw County, the National New Play Network, the Cultural Alliance of Southeast Michigan, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and the Michigan Equity Theatre Alliance. David is proud to be an Associate Producer on Detroit filmmaker Jasmine Rivera's short independent film American Prophet. Follow your path.