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David Moberg currently teaches and directs theatre at Indian River State College .  He has directed over 250 main stage, black box, and touring productions at IRSC.  A published playwright, Mr. Moberg has written full-length dramas, comedies, interactive murder mysteries, one-acts, and collections of monologues.   Portions of Mr. Moberg's writings are available at NoTechTheatre.com publishing.

David' drama, Teaching A Dillo To Cross the Road, was a 2008 Finalist for the Abingdon Theatre Christopher Wolk Playwrighting Award.  David's play, Falling From Trees, won first place in the national 2006 Marilyn Hall Youth Theatre Competition, sponsored by the Beverly Hills Theatre Guild and first place Original Full Length in Auburn University's 2007-2008 TigerTheatrecafe Playwrighting Competition. His play, Hunting Aliens, was presented at the Region IV 2010 KCACTF Festival in Daytona Beach, FL. His newest play, Chandeliers, is available at Notechtheatre.com. Over the past several years, David's fully scripted interactive murder mysteries have been performed over 100 times in the United States, Germany, Peru, Dubai, and England.

Mr. Moberg was awarded the 2009 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region IV National Festival Faculty Fellowship in Playwriting.  This fellowship is awarded annually to a single faculty member in the southeastern United States and is intended to recognize outstanding achievement as a teaching artist.

Moberg currently serves as the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival National Playwrighting Project Chair for Region IV. Region IV constitutes the southeastern United States. In April of 2010, he was awarded the three year Fine Arts Community Fellowship by IRSC.

David Moberg received his BA in Theatre from Moorhead State University in Moorhead, Minnesota under the direction of Dr. Delmar Hansen.  He earned his MFA from the University of Florida under the direction of Dr. David Shelton. (Go Gators!)

Mr. Moberg has served a two year term on the FCCAA Executive Committe as the FCCAA Theatre Division Advisor.  He is also a recipient of the Florida Theatre Conference Distinguished Career Award and the IRSC President's Cup for Excellence.

Mr. Moberg enjoys fishing, scuba diving, spear fishing, hunting, and hiking.  David's oldest son, Mikhal Moberg, completed a Master's degree in Environmental Engineering at the University of Central Florida and is employed at an environmental engineering firm in Lakeland, Florida.  Mikhal's wife, Samantha, recently completed her Master's degree in Educational Counseling at UCF and is employed in the Orlando area. David's son, Devin Moberg, graduated from the University of Florida's School of Pharmacy and is married to Katie White (Moberg). Devin and Katie are both employed as pharmacists in the Orlando area. In August of 2011 David became the proud grandfather of three grandsons, William Moberg, (Mikhal and Samantha), Little David and Matthew (Devin and Katie.)

Complete resume and biography are available upon request. 

   
IRSC Theatre Production of Miracle Worker Photo    
IRSC Theatre Production of Prometheus Bound Photo    
IRSC Theatre Production of Fiddler on the Roof Photo    
IRSC Theatre Production of Camelot Photo    
IRSC Theatre Production of Glass Menagrie Photo    
IRSC Theatre Production of Bacchae Photo  
                               
Mikhal Moberg   Moberg Family            
IRSC Theatre Production of Equus Photo       Jane Whitaker and David Moberg      
 
Falling From Trees       Devin Moberg and Katie White    
             
IRSC Production of Ghosts