David Mielke is a writer, producer, director, singer, and actor. His regional theater credits include Oklahoma!, Guys & Dolls, Grease, Music Man, Cave Dwellers, Blue Is For Boys, Fakers & Fools, Equus, Dragon Country. His own stage works include Rediscovering The River, Spirit of the Unicorn, and others he wrote and performed under the banner of his Los Angeles based company, The Rainbow Man Productions. TV credits include Days of our Lives, Santa Barbara, General Hospital, Diff’rent Strokes, Who’s The Boss?, TJ Hooker, Quantum Leap, Fresh Prince, Newhart. Creator of the Cozy Grammar series: www.cozygrammar.com. In November of 2019, here at VCA, David and his husband, Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma, will be premiering a new work called The Driftwood Bridge: A Gaybaret.
Vashon Center for the Arts
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Vashon Island is the traditional homeland of the sx̌ʷəbabš (pronounced Schwa-ah-babsh) people, a once thriving Native community decimated by colonization. VCA is committed to stewarding this land, fostering creativity, and honoring indigenous culture through the arts.
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