David Krafchick

I grew up in the Theater. I played Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol. The Former Actor had outgrown the costume. I have played a evil Wizard in Alladin and a Munchkin. By the time I attend Boston University, only job I had not done was lights. I ran lights in The Little Foxes my first year. I graduated with a Directing / Stage Manager degree.

But it was Childrens Theater Association of Baltimore, MD that set my goals. Use your imagination as a living tool every day. You can use this everywhere in any job. When Worked for Ma Bell, I figured out how to make equipment work for me, get the numbers they were looking for an be available to callers who needed a little extra help.

I also produced 43 meetings for The Downtown Business User Group with 500+ in attendance. One vendor looked at an event with Apple and offered a Wireless Mic for all our meetings in exchange for marketing in our flyer.

I am also Co-Inventor of Brake Director, the Real One-Hand Braking System for Bicycles. We sold all over the world, changed peoples lives. That company lasted 15 years.

I have been writing since college: murder story, fantasy stories, promotional promoting events and Newsletters working for Ma Bell, Guideline for Producing Olympia Arts Day at the Washington State Legislature for the Washington Stte Arts Commission.

But then I was asked to adapt Scaramouche into a play by a couple of Actors at The Empty Space. I read the book and saw three plays. That did not work for them. But I kept thinking about the idea. I did a lot of research and found historical facts of a battle between Normans and Saxons. The loser went all over Europe. The next generation return with papers to reclaim their family title and lands. If the Lord Justice could not resolve it, it was referred to Queen Elizabeth the First. If the conflict remained, it was settled by a duel where the loser lost his title, his lands and his life. One more historical Fact: Woman in France learned to Fence. I took elements of Scaramouche, Taming of the Screw, The Count of Monte Christo and turned them into The Fawn and The Black Oak, A Sword Play

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  • Job Title: Director/ Playwright
  • Weight: 154
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  • Gender Identity: Male
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  • Industry: Theatre
  • Main Profession: Director
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  • Race or Ethnicity: White
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  • Side professions: Writer
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