David F. Chapman is a director, writer and teaching artist. Recent directing includes Anna Moench's The Pillow Book (Firework / 59E59), Philip Dawkins' Failure: A Love Story (Lark Playwrights' Week), Bekah Brunstetter's Hey Brother (Playwrights Realm Ink'd Series), Jesse Alick's No Poem No Song (Subjective Theatre / Kraine), and Jonathan Karpinos's Stay With Us (NYU Grad Free Play). David's solo play Raoul Wallenberg: Letters from Young Men was commissioned by the Swedish American Museum in Chicago, where it premiered. His other solo work has been seen in Edinburgh, Montreal, London, and Budapest. David has received a Luce Scholarship to Vietnam, a Fulbright to Hungary, and the Drama League and Jonathan Alper Fellowships. He is a member of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, OV/NV, Civilians R&D Group, DirectorsLabChicago, and Studio 42. He teaches at Northwestern's National High School Institute (Cherubs) and directs Core Company, the Orchard Project's apprentice program.