Michael David

Speech Communication
Graduate/Professional School:
M.F.A., Yale University
New York, N.Y.
Founding Partner and President, Dodger Theatricals; productions include Jersey Boys, 42nd Street, The King and I

Albion inspired Michael.

Michael signed up for the activities and classes that intrigued him. He loved studying classical languages and literature, and found himself with a speech communication major. Through Anthony Taffs’ music class, he furthered his love of music, and his passion for the theatre began when he took to the Albion stage in Solid Gold Cadillac. When he graduated, two Albion professors encouraged him to apply to Yale’s prestigious drama school.

Now, more than 50 Tony Awards later, Michael has taken his passion for theatre to the next level. He’s produced more than 300 plays and musicals in New York, including some of Broadway’s most beloved shows, such as Jersey Boys, 42nd Street, Titanic, The King and I, and Tommy, and his production of Vanities holds the record as the longest-running play in Off-Broadway history.

Albion gave me the structured freedom that allowed me to discover my career.

Take It Further: Theatre, Communication Studies