David De Vries
David de Vries* debuts at Aurora after having won last year’s Suzi Award for directing the critically acclaimed I’m Not Rappaport. He performed with the company of Beauty and the Beast as Lumiere on Broadway, in Canada, and on two National Tours. He closed the Broadway company in 2007. David also spent 3 years with Wicked in Los Angeles, Chicago and the 2nd National Tour as Dr. Dillamond. He can be seen in recent feature films like The Founder, The Accountant, Captain America: Civil War and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. On television, credits include House of Cards, Nashville, Halt and Catch Fire, Killing Reagan, and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks for HBO. He is an Audie and Odyssey Award winning narrator for his performance in Echo and has voiced over 100, including his Audie nominated performance of Caldecott winner A Sick Day for Amos McGee.