David R. Gammons


David R. Gammons is a director, designer, visual artist, and theatre educator.​ He is currently an Associate Professor at The Boston Conservatory at Berklee, and is on the Music and Theatre Arts faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Recent directing projects include Edward II. The Comedy of Errors, Medea, The Hotel Nepenthe, The Duchess of Malfi, and Titus Andronicus for Actors’ Shakespeare Project; and the New England premieres of Hand to God,​ ​Necessary Monsters, The Whale, The Motherfucker with the Hat (2013 Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Production), Red (2012 Norton Award for Outstanding Production), and Blackbird at SpeakEasy Stage Company. He helmed the world premieres of The Farm by Walt McGough and The Salt Girl by John Kuntz at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre and the New England premieres of Cherry Docs, The Lieutenant of Inishmore and My Name is Rachel Corrie at New Repertory Theater. He was awarded the 2007 and 2017 Elliot Norton Awards for Outstanding Director. He has served as a guest artist at Emerson College, Harvard University, Northeastern University, Boston College, Brandeis University, and Suffolk University, among others. Mr. Gammons is a graduate of the Directing Program of the ART Institute and of the Visual and Environmental Studies Department of Harvard University. For more information, please visit davidrgammons.com.

Productions at Commonwealth Shakespeare Company
Production Role
Stage2: Macbeth 2018
Director and Scenic Designer

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