David Bradley is a Philadelphia-based theater director, arts educator and consultant. His work frequently explores the intersection of art, public history and civic engagement. At the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, he was Co-Artistic Director of the exhibit/theater hybrid Fighting for Democracy and the director of the exhibit's performance. He also directs the Center's play Living News, now in its seventh season of dramatizing current Constitutional issues. David has been a company member at People's Light and Theatre in Malvern, PA since 1991, has directed more than 30 productions there and for four years was Associate Artistic Director, jointly leading its nationally-recognized arts education programs. People's Light productions include Of Mice and Men as well as Doubt, The Crucible, The Giver, Young Lady From Rwanda, A View From the Bridge, The Diary of Anne Frank and Holes. He's directed frequently at Indiana Repertory Theatre and Philadelphia Young Playwrights (including directing a project for the 2013 Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts). David is co-founder of the non-profit LiveConnections, which creates cross-genre music programs at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia and Wilmington. He has been a consulting artist for the Animating Democracy Initiative of Americans for the Arts, the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage, Outside the Wire Productions, CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia and The Reinvestment Fund. David has led panels on art and civic dialogue in the U.S. and Mexico, is President of the Board of Philadelphia's Shakespeare in Clark Park and a board member of LiveConnections. He's a graduate of Yale University.