David Isaacson

Performing Arts, 2006

David Isaacson is a founding member of Chicago’s seminal Theater Oobleck, for which he has written fourteen plays, including Letter Purloined, Rumsfeld’s Attic, Isak Dinesen’s Babette’s Feast, The Making of Freud, The Spy Threw His Voice: A Plagiarism in Two Acts, and Three Who Dared: A Play on the Movies. He is also the co-author of Embrace the Serpent, The Campaign by Marilyn and The Golden Election by Marilyn Quayle and her Sister and Theater Oobleck. Isaacson is also an actor and has appeared in thirty Theater Oobleck shows. He has also performed in Chicago with the Curious Theater Branch, Red Moon, the Splinter Group, Theater for the Age of Gold, and in Ann Arbor, Michigan with The Performance Network and the Brecht Company.