David Hammond Biography (1948-)

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Birth Details
June 3, 1948
New York, New York

Famous Works

  • Career
  • First Stage Work, Associate Director, Pillars of the Community, American Conservatory, San Francisco, CA, 1974.
  • New York Debut
  • Director, The Master Builder, Roundabout, 1983.
  • Principal Stage Work
  • Directed--The Penitentes, Aspen Music Festival, CO, 1974; La Traviata, Aspen Music Festival, 1975; The Barber of Seville, Aspen Music Festival, 1975; Candide, Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, Santa Maria, CA, 1976; The Italian Girl in Algiers, San FranciscoOpera, Spring Opera Theatre, 1978; The Magic Flute, Carmel Bach Festival, CA, 1979; The Crucifer of Blood, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, 1980; The Marriage of Figaro, Carmel Bach Festival, CA,1980; The Rivals, American Conservatory, San Francisco, 1981; A Midsummer Night's Dream, Sherwood Shakespeare Festival, CA, 1981; Macbeth, Sherwood Shakespeare Festival, 1981; The Man Who Could See Through Time, Yale Repertory, New Haven, CT, 1982; The Philanderer, Yale Repertory, 1982; Richard II, Yale Repertory, 1983.
  • Theatre-Related Career
  • Faculty, Juillard School, Drama Division, New York, NY, 1972-74; Assistant Conservatory Director, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1974-81; Associate Professor of Acting and Directing, Yale University, School of Drama, 1981-present.

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