DAVID HILDER was named a 2010 Person of the Year by New York directorial credits include three shows at TBG Arts Center (the world premieres of Philip Gerson’s Jumping Blind and Dan Via’s Daddy and the New York premiere of Martin Casella’s Scituate), and, for Reverie Productions, User 927 by Katharine Clark Gray (HERE Arts Center) and Ping Pong Diplomacy (59E59 Theatres).  He recently served as Associate Director on the Roundabout Theatre production of Death Takes a Holiday, and has also assisted Doug Hughes on The Royal Family (5 Tony nominations) and the Broadway and Off Broadway productions of Frozen (4 Tony nominations).  Other New York: Lark Play Development Center (most recently Katharine Clark Gray’s Timber Land for Playwrights Week 2011); Fresh Fruit Festival (Hassan & Sylvia, published in Plays & Playwrights 2011, and Best Director for Miss Mary Dugan); many rounds of theAtrainplays; Vital Theatre Co. (Daisy in Disguise, Cinderella’s Mice, Giblet: A Nightmare, Suspense), Ensemble Studio Theater (Faithful, Movin’ On).  Regional: Millbrook Playhouse (The Last Five Years), Horizons (Pumping Josey), Rep Stage (The Philadelphia Story), Theater J (Social Security, Only Kidding!), Source Theatre (Ruthless!), Pioneer Playhouse (You Can’t Take It With You, The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940).  Film: the independent shorts “Final Dis/Cord” and “Faithful.”  Education: University of Pennsylvania and the O’Neill Center’s National Theater Institute.  David is also an award-winning playwright and recovering actor.  He tweets, too: