David Greenspan is a New York-based playwright and actor. He has directed and/or performed in his plays Jack, The Home Show Pieces, 2 Samuel 11, Etc. at Home, Dead Mother, or Shirley Not All in Vain at the Public, She Stoops to Comedy (Obie, published by Samuel French) and Go Back to Where You Are (published by Samuel French) at Playwrights Horizons, The Argument (Obie) with Target Margin, The Myopia with The Foundry, Jonas with Transport Group, and with songwriter Stephin Merritt Coraline with Manhattan Class Company. He has received two performance Obies: one for Terrence McNally's Some Men and Goethe’s Faust, one for Mart Crowley’s The Boys in the Band. Other credits include premieres or New York premieres of works by David Adjmi, Sarah Ruhl, Todd Almond, Adam Rapp, Michi Barall, William Hoffman, Linda Chapman and Kate Moira Ryan, David Grimm, Kathleen Tolan, Harry Kondoleon, Paul Zimet and Ellen Maddow, José Rivera, Kirk Lynn, Lee MacDougall, Mac Wellman, Richard Foreman, Elizabeth Egloff, Jefferey M. Jones, and solo renditions of Barry Conners’ The Patsy and Gertrude Stein’s lecture, Plays. Alumnus New Dramatists, Guggenheim, and Lortel fellowships, Alpert Award and an Obie for Sustained Achievement.