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David Ford

 
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Stage Credits

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1969
John Dickinson [Replacement]
John Dickinson [Replacement]
John Hancock
  [Broadway]
1964
Oskar Rose
Johann Wilhelm Mobius (Understudy)
  [Broadway]
1961
Attendant to Signor Chapuys (Understudy) [Replacement]
King Henry VIII (Understudy) [Replacement]
The Duke of Norfolk (Understudy) [Replacement]
  [Broadway]
1959
Captain Norcross (Understudy)
Jerome Black (Understudy)

Productions

 
[Broadway, 1959]
Stage Manager
 
[Broadway, 1956]
Stage Manager






David Ford News

Dan Hoyle's TALK TO YOUR PEOPLE Will Play The Marsh Berkeley Beginning in February Photo Dan Hoyle's TALK TO YOUR PEOPLE Will Play The Marsh Berkeley Beginning in February
by Blair Ingenthron - Jan 20, 2023

Acclaimed actor/playwright Dan Hoyle will come to the East Bay's The Marsh Berkeley with an updated version of his hit show, Talk To Your People, which enjoyed an extended sold-out run last summer at The Marsh San Francisco.

David Kleinberg's HE WANTS TO RUN is Coming to The Marsh San Francisco in February Photo David Kleinberg's HE WANTS TO RUN is Coming to The Marsh San Francisco in February
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 3, 2023

The Marsh San Francisco will present a limited run of David Kleinberg’s fourth work as a solo theatre artist, He Wants To Run. Despite his distaste for running and dogs, Kleinberg ended up running with his neighbor’s dog, Butler, for 13 years in Cloverdale.

Dan Hoyle's TALK TO YOUR PEOPLE Comes To The Marsh Berkeley, January 28‚Ä"March 11 Photo Dan Hoyle's TALK TO YOUR PEOPLE Comes To The Marsh Berkeley, January 28‚Ä"March 11
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 23, 2022

Acclaimed actor/playwright Dan Hoyle returns to The Marsh Berkeley with an updated version of his hit show, Talk To Your People, which enjoyed an extended sold-out run in San Francisco last summer. With his trademark ability to shapeshift onstage, Dan Hoyle revisits the panoply of vivid characters he created this show.

GRANDMA & ME: AN ODE TO SINGLE PARENTS to Return to The Marsh San Francisco in Januar Photo GRANDMA & ME: AN ODE TO SINGLE PARENTS to Return to The Marsh San Francisco in January
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 12, 2022

Due to popular demand, The Marsh San Francisco has announced the return of GRANDMA & ME: An Ode to Single Parents, which has performed to sold out crowds by award-winning playwright and actor Brian Copeland (Not a Genuine Black Man, The Waiting Period, The Scion, The Jewelry Box) since its successful opening run in October 2022.

Brian Copeland's GRANDMA & ME Extended at The Marsh San Francisco Photo Brian Copeland's GRANDMA & ME Extended at The Marsh San Francisco
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 9, 2022

Due to popular demand, The Marsh San Francisco has announced the second extension of GRANDMA & ME: An Ode to Single Parents. Dedicated to the memory of Copeland’s grandmother, Lena Mae Arbee, GRANDMA & ME: An Ode to Single Parents has been extended through December 10, 2022.

The Marsh SF to Present Brian Copeland's THE JEWELRY BOX in December Photo The Marsh SF to Present Brian Copeland's THE JEWELRY BOX in December
by Blair Ingenthron - Nov 5, 2022

This December, award-winning playwright and actor Brian Copeland (Not a Genuine Black Man, The Waiting Period, The Scion, GRANDMA & ME) will return to The Marsh San Francisco for a limited run of his critically acclaimed Christmas story, The Jewelry Box.

Tina D'Elia's OVERLOOKED LATINAS Extended at The Marsh San Francisco Photo Tina D'Elia's OVERLOOKED LATINAS Extended at The Marsh San Francisco
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 4, 2022

Originally scheduled to run through October 29, Tina D’Elia’s Overlooked Latinas has been extended due to popular demand at The Marsh San Francisco, adding two final performances November 17 & 19.

Interview: Kathryn Keats of THE HUMMINGBIRD at The Marsh Tells the Truth to Create a  Photo Interview: Kathryn Keats of THE HUMMINGBIRD at The Marsh Tells the Truth to Create a Gripping New Piece of Musical Theatre
by Jim Munson - Oct 7, 2022

BroadwayWorld talks to performer/writer Kathryn Keats about her gripping new solo musical 'The Hummingbird' running at The Marsh San Francisco from October 14 - November 18. It tells her true story of coming to New York at 17 with Broadway dreams only to find herself in an abusive relationship that led to her living in anonymity for 22 years.

Interview: Tina D'Elia of OVERLOOKED LATINAS at The Marsh Uses Her Love of Screwball  Photo Interview: Tina D'Elia of OVERLOOKED LATINAS at The Marsh Uses Her Love of Screwball Comedy to Create a 'Queer Telenovela Farce of the Century'
by Jim Munson - Oct 3, 2022

BroadwayWorld chats with writer & performer Tina D'Elia about her new solo show 'Overlooked Latinas' running at The Marsh San Francisco October 6 to 29. Her show is a riotously funny ‚Äúqueer telenovela farce of the century‚ÄĚ about two queer Latinx best friends collaborating on a TV pilot highlighting Latinx movie stars during the McCarthy era.

Interview: Irma Herrera of WHY WOULD I MISPRONOUNCE MY OWN NAME? at The Marsh Berkele Photo Interview: Irma Herrera of WHY WOULD I MISPRONOUNCE MY OWN NAME? at The Marsh Berkeley Uses Humor to Explore Issues of Othering and Belonging
by Jim Munson - Sep 21, 2022

BroadwayWorld talks to writer-performer Irma Herrera about 'Why Would I Mispronounce My Own Name?' which she has newly revised for a return engagement at The Marsh Berkeley running September 23 to October 21. Herrera uses humor to explore issues of othering and belonging, and ask what kind of society we want to be.


David Ford Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has David Ford been in?
David Ford has appeared on Broadway in 4 shows.

How many West End shows has David Ford been in?
David Ford has not appeared in the West End