by Sean Christopher Lewis
Performed by Dan Hodge
Directed by Maura Krause


Sat, June 3, 10 & 17 @ 4 pm, Sun, June 4, 11 & 18 @ 7 pm
Mon, June 5 & 12 @ 7 pm
Tickets: $20
($10 for students)

Subscribe to InterAct's 30th Anniversary Season by MAY 31 and receive a FREE ticket to DOGS OF RWANDA! (a $20 value)

Email the BOX OFFICE for details or call 215-568-8079. 



Dan Hodge  DAVID


At 16 years old David found himself in Uganda as a church missionary. When he follows the girl of his dreams into the woods to help a Rwandan boy he enters a world from which he will never escape. On the 20th anniversary of the genocide, a book David wrote regarding his experiences arrives with a note from the boy he tried to save: “There are untruths here." What David omitted will haunt him the rest of his life.

An NNPN Rolling World Premiere


Dan Hodge is proud to be returning to InterAct where he has been seen in The Three Christs of Manhattan, The Exit Interview, Silverhill and House/Divided.  In the Philadelphia area, Dan has worked with the Walnut Street, Theatre Exile, Delaware Theatre, 1812 Productions, Bristol Riverside, the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Curio and Hedgerow Theatre.  A cofounder of the Philadelphia Artists’ Collective he appeared in Changes of Heart, Creditors, Fair Maid of the West, his one-man The Rape of Lucrece, and directed their productions of The Duchess of Malfi and Timon of Athens, and Mary Stuart.  Dan holds his MFA in Acting from the USD/Old Globe, San Diego.