While his most visible credit is DreamWork’s major feature film Galaxy Quest (Story and Screenplay credit), David has also worked in television, and live theatre. Falling for Eve (lyricist, based on his play Adam Alone) appeared Off-Broadway at the York Theatre in the summer of 2010. Other credits as a lyricist include the theme song for the Disney Channel series Zeke and Luther and Flying Heroes, an animated feature both with composer Christopher Brady. His newest collaboration (book and lyrics) with composer Bret Simmons, Changing Minds, had a workshop production in June of 2011 at the Actors Cabaret Theatre of Eugene, Oregon. Television credits include The Carver Brothers (series pilot), with Robert Deniro’s Tribeca Films for CBS (co-written with M.F. McDowell) and Dead and Breakfast (pilot) for the WB with Ron Howard’s Imagine Television. He has had plays produced by such theatres as Actors Theatre of Louisville, the Moving Arts Theatre and the Timescape Arts Group. His play Electric Roses has been published in anthologies by Samuel French Books and Smith and Kraus Publishers.