Staff and Board

Gingold Staff

(He/Him/His) David Staller is the founding artistic director of New York’s Gingold Theatrical Group, which produces the monthly juggernaut series, PROJECT SHAW, at Symphony Space, now in its 16th year. Created in 2006 to champion human rights and free speech using the work and humanitarian precepts of Shaw as its platform, GTG is the only organization to have produced performances of all of Shaw’s 65 plays, all directed by Staller. He has also directed full off-Broadway productions of MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION, CAESAR & CLEOPATRA, HEARTBREAK HOUSE, MAN AND SUPERMAN, MAJOR BARBARA, YOU NEVER CAN TELL, and WIDOWERS’ HOUSES which were all filmed by the NY Library for Performing Arts archives at Lincoln Center. He oversees the annual Shaw New York Festival, which includes full productions, new play development workshops, seminars and symposiums, and educational programs. He has also produced and directed many plays and special events around the world and is frequently invited upon the international theatre and socio-political scene as a speaker about equal human rights and all things Shaw. He also teaches at SUNY Stony Brook and the Acting Shaw classes sponsored through GTG. Regarding GTG’s production of CAESAR & CLEOPATRA, Terry Teachout of the Wall Street Journal wrote, “As always, Mr. Staller, who knows more about Shaw than anyone else in America, gets it right.”

He has produced and directed many plays, concerts and special productions in New York and around the world, including (for the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences) the French National event at the Deauville Film Festival honoring the 50th anniversary of the D-Day Allied Invasion.

Through GTG, David has also helmed several educational programs, most notably at Baruch College and with inner-city teens at Lighthouse International. Currently, he is partnering with Prof. Andrew Flescher at SUNY Stony Brook teaching ‘Drama in English: George Bernard Shaw, Provocateur.’

He studied acting and directing with Stella Adler and Uta Hagen in New York, Lee Strasberg in Los Angeles, and at RADA in London. As a teenager, he was in the apprentice Joffrey Ballet Company in New York. He then joined the Rostropovich master ‘cello class at USC. While studying at USC, he  became ‘script doctor’ for several film and television production companies. Coming back to New York, he returned to acting, appearing in three Broadway plays, almost 50 off-Broadway plays, and many regional theatre productions. He was given a Drama League ‘distinguished performer’ citation for his performance in GASLIGHT at the Irish Repertory Theatre Company in New York. He has appeared in many television shows and commercials, particularly voice-overs. He has also had a successful career as a cabaret and concert headliner. He performed his one-man show, NOEL&COLE, at Carnegie Hall in 1993. During all of this, he continued writing and became a scriptwriter for Turner Entertainment. David is also a long-time member of The Actors Company Theatre in New York.

He is a frequent guest lecturer at schools, clubs and organizations, and has become the go-to speaker for all things Shaw.

Mr. Staller, who lives in Manhattan, adapts all scripts for GTG’s Project Shaw, which are registered. To lease these scripts for performance please contact GTG.

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Alyce Stark is the General Manager of Gingold Theatrical Group. Previously, Alyce worked as Company Manager with Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival and served as Company Manager with The Acting Company in New York, working with their 2009-2011 and 2001-2005 National Tours.  Alyce also was company manager with the Tectonic Theater Project’s 2010 Laramie Project National Tour.

Also in the Arts arena, Alyce was Operations Associate for Herbert Barrett Management in New York.  She has served as Company Manager for Theater by the Seas in South Kingstown RI, and as Production Assistant at Duke University, in Durham, North Carolina, where she additionally held the position of Front House Manager/Box Office Assistant for Performing Arts Events.

Since 2005, Alyce has been a volunteer for Amnesty International USA and was the group coordinator for NYC Women’s Human Rights Action Team from 2008-2015.  Alyce holds master degree program in arts administration from Baruch College.

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GREG SANTOS is a New York City-based Producer, Director & Associate Director and he is thrilled to be the new Managing Producer at Gingold Theatrical Group.  He has enjoyed a rewarding and productive 10 year working relationship with Hunter Foster, as the Associate Director on his productions of The Drowsy Chaperone42nd StreetThe Rocky Horror Show (x7!), Buddy! (x3!), Guys and Dollsand Million Dollar Quartet (x9!). Off Broadway Producing credits with his Producing Partner Carl Andress, include the NYC premiere of Charles Buschlast 3 playsJudith of BethuliaCleopatra and The Confession of Lily Dare. Also: Numerous NYC Events, Galas and Benefits, including annually, Martha PlimptonBroadway Acts for Women and Julie HalstonBroadway Belts for PFFRecentlyDirected Million Dollar Quartet for Theater by the Sea in Rhode Island and Covid Safety Manager for Lincoln Centers Production of Intimate Apparel and True Crime Obsessed on Broadway at the Helen Hayes.



Pamela Singleton, Chair
Richard G. Weinberg, Vice Chair
Richard Terrano, Treasurer
David Revere McFadden, Secretary
Maggie Buchwald
Fareeda Ahmed
James A. Fenniman

Ethan E. Litwin
Kathleen Masterson

Joseph E. Gehring, Jr. in memoriam
Anita Jaffe, in memoriam
Florence Teuscher, in memoriam

GTG Advisory Board

  • Barrett Brown-Fried
  • Stephen Brown-Fried
  • Andrew M. Flescher
  • Andrew Hamingson
  • Lisa Rimelli Litwin
  • Robert Osborne, in memoriam
  • Brian Saltzman
  • Frank Skillern
  • Fran Smyth
  • Marylee Martin Terrano
  • Tom Viola

Artistic Council

  • Bryan Batt
  • Reed Birney
  • Jim Brochu
  • Blair Brown
  • Charles Busch
  • Michael Cerveris
  • M. Graham Coleman
  • Tyne Daly
  • Daniel Davis
  • Xanthe Elbrick
  • Alison Fraser
  • Josh Grisetti
  • Jayne Houdyshell
  • Katharine Houghton
  • Sally Ann Howes
  • George S. Irving, in memoriam
  • Daniel Jenkins
  • Simon Jones
  • Anne Keefe
  • Chad Kimball
  • Marc Kudisch
  • John McMartin, in memoriam
  • Charlotte Moore
  • Julia Murney
  • Mary Beth Peil
  • Hal Prince, in memoriam
  • Charlotte Rae, in memoriam
  • Reg Rogers
  • Marian Seldes, in memoriam
  • Victor Slezak
  • Fran Smyth
  • Jon Patrick Walker
  • Diane S. Weinberg
  • Paxton Whitehead
  • Lenny Wolpe

People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.