David Richman received his BA from Harvard University and his Ph.D. from Stanford University.
David teaches courses in the Interpretation of Shakespeare, Play Reading, American Theatre, and the History, Theory and Criticism of Theatre. He has directed UNH students in more than thirty plays by Shakespeare, Ibsen, Beckett, and other classical and modern dramatists. Most recently, he has directed productions of the so‐called "bad Quarto" of "Hamlet," Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," "The Winter's Tale," and "A Midsummer Night's Dream." In the summer of 2005, he acted Prospero in a production of THE TEMPEST performed on Appledore Island.
David has authored books about Shakespearean comedies and W.B. Yeats' plays, as well as an assortment of articles on Shakespeare and other playwrights. He is a recipient of the Lindberg Award, given to the outstanding teacher‐scholar in the College of Liberal Arts.
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