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Dave Solomon

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Bio:
DAVE SOLOMON is a New York-based writer and director. His play, Margaret and Craig, starring Mario Cantone and directed by Tony-nominated director Sheryl Kaller, was seen in workshop at New York Stage and Film and is currently in development for future production. He is currently the ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
DAVE SOLOMON is a New York-based writer and director. His play, Margaret and Craig, starring Mario Cantone and directed by Tony-nominated director Sheryl Kaller, was seen in workshop at New York Stage and Film and is currently in development for future production. He is currently the ... (read complete bio)

Stage Credits

Productions

 
[US Tour, 2021] [Replacement]
Tour Director[Replacement]
 
[Broadway, 2008]
Assistant Director
 
[Broadway, 2007]
Assistant Director
 
[Broadway, 2007]
Assistant Company Manager
 
[Broadway, 2007]
Assistant Director
 
[Broadway, 2004]
Production Assistant

Dave Solomon Biography

DAVE SOLOMON is a New York-based writer and director. His play, Margaret and Craig, starring Mario Cantone and directed by Tony-nominated director Sheryl Kaller, was seen in workshop at New York Stage and Film and is currently in development for future production. He is currently the associate director of Tootsie the musical and will be directing the premiere production of Jeff Thomson and Jeremy Desmon's musical Pump up the Volume at Pittsburgh Playhouse in 2020. He also directed the critically-acclaimed world premiere of Diana Amsterdam's new play, The Dodgers, at the Hudson Theatre in Los Angeles (starring Corbin Bleu, Talisa Friedman, Jared Gertner, Asher Grodman, Emma Hunton, and Eric Nelsen) and has been developing the theatrical song-cycle You're Gonna Hate This, with composer Michael Holland and Lindsay Mendez; he has directed concert versions of the piece at both Joe's Pub and Feinstein's/54 Below. Solomon wrote and directed the award-winning short film photo op, starring Randy Harrison, Aaron Lazar, Hannah Bos and Lucas Steele, that played over twenty film festivals including Palm Springs International ShortFest and Outfest Los Angeles, and his new short film, Cavan, starring Blair Baker, Lucas Steele and Erin Wilhelmi, will start making the film festival rounds this year. As a writer, he has also had works produced or performed at Ars Nova and Developing Artists, has been a resident of SPACE on Ryder Farm, and wrote a short piece that was performed at the DR2 in New York City and internationally as part of the After Orlando project. He also wrote the book for the original musical Havana, that was directed and choreographed by Tony-Winner Warren Carlyle for Norwegian Cruise Lines. Solomon has also worked extensively as an Associate Director to Joe Mantello, Scott Ellis and Bill Condon, among others - and has worked on twelve Broadway productions including Side Show, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, 9 to 5, Pal Joey, Sunday in the Park with George (2008), The Ritz, Curtains, Laugh Whore and Assassins. He also worked with Scott Ellis on "A Christmas Story Live" for Fox. He assisted Bill Condon on the 2017 live-action film version of Disney's Beauty and the Beast and also worked with Condon on the feature film, Mr. Holmes, starring Ian McKellen and Laura Linney. Other directing credits for stage include Same Time, Next Year with John Bolton and Eve Plumb, various incarnations of Jeff Thomson and Jeremy Desmon's musical Pump Up The Volume and a staged reading of Debra Monk's play, Dick and Lola, for the Roundabout Theatre Company; that starred Ms. Monk alongside Andrea Martin and Brian Kerwin. He was also the director of Marrying Meg, which was one of the eight shows selected by the New York Times as a highlight of that year's New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF). Solomon is a graduate of Vassar College and is represented by Michael Finkle at William Morris Endeavor.





Dave Solomon News

Full Cast Announced For MTFestUK 2023 at The Other Palace and The Turbine Theatre Photo Full Cast Announced For MTFestUK 2023 at The Other Palace and The Turbine Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Jan 26, 2023

Showcasing eight new musicals over a two week period, MTFestUK is a unique festival that provides a platform for new and exciting musical theatre. This year the eight productions will be workshopped and presented in 'sharing' sessions, allowing audiences to come and support, explore, engage and enjoy new musical theatre in its earliest stages of development.

TOOTSIE Will Play Washington Pavillion in February Photo TOOTSIE Will Play Washington Pavillion in February
by Blair Ingenthron - Jan 21, 2023

TOOTSIE, the hilarious Tony Award-winning musical, is coming to the Mary W. Sommervold Hall at the Washington Pavilion for three performances February 3‚Äď4, 2023.

The Kelli Baker Band to Perform at the International Blues Challenge This Month Photo The Kelli Baker Band to Perform at the International Blues Challenge This Month
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 13, 2023

Signed with Bad Jeu Jeu Records (CDX Nashville) under Sony Music, award-winning New York based soulful singer-songwriter Kelli Baker will bring blues and grit to Memphis with her unstoppable band, The Kelli Baker Band.

TOOTSIE Will Play The Bushnell Next Month Photo TOOTSIE Will Play The Bushnell Next Month
by Stephi Wild - Jan 13, 2023

TOOTSIE, the hilarious Tony Award-winning musical, is coming to The Bushnell for a limited eight performance engagement from February 21 through 26, 2023. Tickets are on sale now.

The Other Palace and The Turbine Theatre Announce The MTFest 2023 Programme, EUGENIUS Photo The Other Palace and The Turbine Theatre Announce The MTFest 2023 Programme, EUGENIUS At The Turbine and HEATHERS Extension
by Stephi Wild - Jan 11, 2023

The Other Palace & Turbine Theatre have announced that MTFestUK 2023 will be  showcasing eight new musicals over a two week period, across both The Other Palace Studio and The Turbine Theatre.

TOOTSIE Presented By Broadway Dallas; Tickets On Sale Now Photo TOOTSIE Presented By Broadway Dallas; Tickets On Sale Now
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 9, 2022

Broadway Dallas and Broadway Across America has announced that Tootsie, the hilarious Tony Award-winning musical, is coming to Dallas for a limited two-week engagement from April 18‚Äď30, 2023 at the Winspear Opera House as part of the Germania Insurance Broadway Series presented by Broadway Dallas. Tickets are on sale now.

Review: TOOTSIE at Capital One Hall Photo Review: TOOTSIE at Capital One Hall
by Mary Lincer - Nov 26, 2022

What did our critic think of TOOTSIE at Capital One Hall?

Tickets For TOOTSIE in Cincinnati Are Now On Sale Photo Tickets For TOOTSIE in Cincinnati Are Now On Sale
by Stephi Wild - Nov 11, 2022

Broadway in Cincinnati announced that the individual tickets for TOOTSIE are on sale now, as part of the Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Cincinnati series presented by TriHealth. The hilarious Tony Award-winning musical is coming to the Aronoff Center for a limited two-week engagement from March 7 to 19.

TOOTSIE Comes to the Stranahan Theater Next Month Photo TOOTSIE Comes to the Stranahan Theater Next Month
by Stephi Wild - Nov 9, 2022

The American Theatre Guild will present the hilarious hit musical, TOOTSIE. This production is a part of the BROADWAY IN TOLEDO SERIES and will take the Stranahan Theater stage December 1‚Äď4, 2022.

TOOTSIE is Coming to Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall in April 2023 Photo TOOTSIE is Coming to Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall in April 2023
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 7, 2022

TOOTSIE, the hilarious Tony Award-winning musical, is coming to Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall at FSW for a limited one-week engagement from April 4 to April 9, 2023.

Dave Solomon Videos

PHOTO/VIDEO: Get A First Look At TOOTSIE On Tour Videoplay
PHOTO/VIDEO: Get A First Look At TOOTSIE On Tour

by BroadwayWorld TV - Oct 28, 2021

Get a first look at the non-equity national tour of Tootsie in all new photos and videos! The cast includes Drew Becker as Michael Dorsey, Ashley Alexandra as Julie Nichols, Payton Reilly as Sandy Lester, Lukas James Miller as Max Von Horn, Jared David Michael Grant as Jeff Slater, Kathy Halenda as Rita Marshall, Steve Brustien as Stan Fields, and Adam du Plessis as Ron Carlisle.