David Holmes

David HolmesDAVID HOLMES is an accomplished actor, singer, writer and director who has performed in dozens of musical and dramatic stage roles. Beginning his theatrical career on the East Coast, David worked his way across the nation appearing onstage in featured and leading roles in “1776”, “Guys and Dolls”, “Sweet Charity”, “Li’l Abner”, “Best Little Whorehouse”, “A Little Night Music”, “The Merry Widow”, “Beauty and the Beast”, “Much Ado About Nothing” and many other shows working with such stars as Milton Berle, Joe Namath, Placido Domingo, Robert Morse, Dick Shawn, Bebe Neuwirth, Frederica von Stade, Donna McKechnie, Mary Martin and Glynis Johns.

Currently, Mr. Holmes is busy working with playwrights and songwriters creating and performing original roles in new musical shows and stage adaptations including “Too Old For The Chorus”, “Masada”, “Now, Voyager”, “Robin Hood”, “The Greenbrier Ghost”, “Bonnie and Clyde”, “I Come for Love”, “Oh God, We’re Going To Die”(co-written by Jeff Marx, one of Tony award winning creators of Avenue Q), “Happy Days”, “Tevye”, “Something’s Got To Give”, “Ghost”, “The Water” and most recently, “At Home In Mitford”.

His non-theatre writing and directing credits encompass a wide variety of work including projects working with a list of clients that includes UNIVERSAL, the DISNEY IMAGINEERING, ANIMATION and TELEVISION divisions, INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND MAGIC, SONY, and many other clients in the entertainment and corporate worlds. His work in the interactive and video gaming industry earned Mr. Holmes an invitation to join The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences as a founding member.

David is also proud to be a member of the award-winning Colony Theatre acting company in Burbank, California, a founding member of the newly formed Academy Repertory Company of the Academy for New Musical Theatre and is thrilled to be joining the Musical Theatre Guild for it’s 14th season.


MTG Productions

70, Girls, 70 (Harry)
Irma La Douce (Gendarme, Prisoner, Irma’s Admirer and others)
Fade Out / Fade In (Billy Vespers/Ensemble)