David Studwell is very pleased to be performing again at Marriott's Lincolshire Theatre. He last appeared here as a general in Evita. Since that time, he has performed in several productions at the Goodman Theatre including Benvolio in the critically acclaimed production of Romeo and Juliet, Lycus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Louis in Sunday in the Park with George, and Joey in several performances of Pal Joey. Most recently, David was seen as Vittorio Vidal in Sweet Charity at Candelight Dinner playhouse, where he also appeared as Neville in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Other Chicago credits include the title character in The Immigrant at the Wisdom Bridge Theatre where he also performed as Hamlet in Bob Falls' acclaimed production of that play. His television credits include a featured performance on Crime Story ("The War,"--on NBC). David lives with his wife Deborah and children, Natalie (9) and Nathan (4), in Mt. Prospect, Illinois.
(Note: Biographies from original program.)