David Mavricos

About Me

David Mavricos is a classically-trained EMC actor based in the DC area. David received his BA in Theater and Physics from Dartmouth College and his MFA in Classical Acting from the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University, and has performed in NYC, DC, and regionally in classical and contemporary work. Trained both in the States and abroad, David is versed in many different methodologies, which has allowed him to synthesize his creative process into one that is truly dynamic. As an artist, he seeks creative ways to invite audiences to participate in the art of performance, and believes in the importance of theatre as a cornerstone of visceral, cultural expression. David continually looks for new and exciting means of expression and performance, taking inspiration not only from the arts but from the sciences too, as both continually search for profound universal truth. In addition to being an actor, David is a writer, musician, and amateur photographer.
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This season, David performed as Balthasaar in Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Romeo and Juliet directed by Alan Paul, understudied Folger Theatre’s Second Shepherd’s Play directed by Mary Hall Surface, and played Kilian Dempsey in the American premiere of Fiona Doyle’s Coolatully, directed by Rex Daugherty for Solas Nua in Washington, DC.
David is a founding member of the arts organization Walterhoope, whose mission is to create multi-disciplinary, innovative art and to cultivate authentic relationships with its audience. This summer, Walterhoope will be bringing their innovative event, The Macbeth, to Covington, KY, in partnership with Baker-Hunt Arts and Cultural Center and Educational Chef Kristen St. Clair of In the Field. At this event, food, music, art, and performance collide in one unforgettable evening as we drop these classic characters into present day midwest America. Check out what we’re working on!
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