Assistant Teaching Professor of Theatre
David Taylor Little has worked all over the United States as a director of plays, musicals and operas. He received his MFA in direction from The New School for Drama in New York City where he was an assistant director for the 24 Hour Plays both on and off Broadway, as well the director of a number of off-off Broadway plays and musicals. He has also served as the artistic director for The Theatre Factory in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (his beloved home town). Recent directing projects include Donizetti’s opera Il Campanello
for Blue Lake Opera and Henry VI
for The Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company based in Grand Haven, Michigan. He will be returning to Grand Haven in 2020 to stage Love’s Labor’s Lost
for The Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company. As a teaching artist, David has worked as the Young Playwrights Coordinator in the education department of City Theatre Company in Pittsburgh, and at The Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp as a musical theatre instructor.