Guest Artist, Oklahoma State University
David Weber is a member of the National Alliance of Acting Teachers and has an MFA in Acting and Theatre Pedagogy from California State University Long Beach where he studied acting pedagogy under the direction of Alexandra Billings, Hugh O’Gorman, Ezra LeBank, Dr. Shanti Pillai, and Andrea Caban. He has worked as an education artist since 2002 with many equity playhouses, but his longest relationships are with the Atlanta Shakespeare Company and Lookingglass Theater Company. He has been recognized by Bert Osborn, critic at AJC as one of the Top Ten Actors in Atlanta, for his work in Terrence McNally’sA Perfect Ganesh. David recently played Mark Rothko in John Logan’s Red with Moondog Theatre Company in Rockford Illinois and played Capulet in R & J at Oklahoma Shakespeare Festival this September. Next up he is performing his one-man Christmas Carol, “An Actor’s Carol: One clown’s Dickensian marathon towards redemption” on tour to Atlanta, Chicago, Rockford, Seattle, Dallas, and Los Angeles this December. David is currently pursuing MICHA's certificate of completion in the Michael Chekhov technique and his research is in non-trauma based acting pedagogy, playing actions, and event/active analysis. He is currently at Oklahoma State University as Assistant Professor of Performance.