David Ingram has acted and directed in the Philadelphia area for over 20 years. He has been a member of the Peopleís Light and Theater Company since 1989, and has appeared in dozens of plays there, including End Days, I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given To Me By a Young Lady From Rwanda, Tuesdays With Morrie, Midons, or the Object of Desire, and many others. At Peopleís Light he also directed July 7, 1994, The Yellow Line and The Foreigner.
David has also appeared at The Lantern Theater (The Government Inspector), Interact Theatre (Itís All True), Arden Theater (Death of a Salesman, Merrily We Roll Along, Coyote on a Fence), Theater Exile (Rounding Third) and PlayPenn, among others. He received Barrymore Nominations for his performance as Stern in The Rant at Interact, and Chandebise/Dodo in A Flea In Her Ear at Peopleís Light.
At Temple, David has directed Romeo and Juliet, Purlie Victorious and A Streetcar Named Desire on the mainstage. With former Assistant Professor Stanton Davis, David started Shakespeare Live!, a touring Shakespeare production that goes to area elementary schools. David appeared as Kulygin in Three Sisters and Pompey in Measure for Measure in Temple Repertory Theaterís inaugural season. David also produces New Voices, a yearly collaboration between the Theater Department and Philadelphia Young Plays where prize-winning plays by area high school and middle school students are presented in workshop productions.