This page offers a compilation of scripts written by David over his lifetime available for download and by request. Contact David for information on obtaining complete scripts, or click any "stage a production" link for licensing and production opportunities.
A delightful, romantic comedy that celebrates actors, acting, and the 99-seat theatre venue in Los Angeles.
Trying to regain his self-esteem, an egoistic actor assembles a group of struggling, unemployed actors to play Shakespeare in a converted storefront in seedy Hollywood.
BOARSHEAD will make a touching but hilarious ensemble movie.
A joyous comedy about a man who finds love and enlightenment with the help of a stray dog.
His fight against City Hall turns strangers into friends, friends into family, and proves that a dog is everyone's best friend.
A television pilot about friends you thought you knew and the lover you will never forget.
A gay "Golden Girls" meets "Sex and the City."
MORE THAN A FRIEND
After being severely beaten by a young male psychopath, the 40ish Joanne abandons her work on the streets of New York City and struggles to build a new life.
Her journey brings her face to face with the daughter she gave up 24 years earlier, and with her daughter's fiancée . . . the same man who nearly killed Joanne five years earlier.
The final showdown at her daughter's wedding, proves Joanne to be MORE THAN A FRIEND.
Kirk, a successful, but closeted gay man in his late 30's, is secretly mourning the recent death of his partner.
Kirk decides to volunteer some time at St. Jude's, a hospice, where he meets Marcy, a foul-mouthed, over-weight, single mother and nurse, and Jim, a rough, hard-living man who is dying alone of cancer. Jim confesses he was one of the bullies who taunted and beat Kirk when they attended high school.
ST. JUDE'S is a story of forgiveness and the unconventional love of three strangers who become a family.