David Schlosser is a co-founder and Managing Director of Threshold Theater, an actor, writer, director, and local photographer.
David has appeared in over 200 stage productions with many companies including Theater in Round, Theater Unbound, The Flower Shop Project, Teatro Del Pueblo, Pioneer Place Players and Park Square to name a few. David has also appeared in local student and independent films, tv commercials and voice over work.
David has directed for Joking Apart Theater, Freshwater Theater’s 2011 Festival of Awkward Moments and Cromulent Shakespeare Company.
David has written produced and acted the one person shows; 'The Real Christmas Carol' the imaging of the Christmas Carol told from the point of Ebenezer James Caterwald Scrooge, Charles Dicken's gay friend whom he stole the story from. This is not your mothers Christmas Carol.
'Their Century' the touring show that tells the story of the lives of David's father's family as first generation Americans that went from horse and buggy, to humans landing on the moon, to the internet age.
Along with his work in theater David is also a local photographer, with both digital and film photography. David has exhibited three times at Theater in the Round. David’s work focuses on the everyday beauty of the world around us, seen many times in the places we pass each day.
For the past 10 years, starting in 2012, David has engaged in a project entitled “A Picture A Day”. Each day capturing the beauty in the common things and then posting that picture.