David McDonald began his career as a journalist, then became an advertising copywriter, then moved into television production and documentary filmmaking. His short films have appeared on the websites of CNN, The NY Times, and Time Magazine. These days, McDonald has a new chapter to his career: playwright of "Ella The Ungovernable," the story of 15 year-old Ella Fitzgerald's incarceration and eventual escape from the NY Training School For Girls in Hudson, NY, in 1933.
"Ella The Ungovernable" was originally written as a film script about 15 year-old Ella Fitzgerald's incarceration and eventual escape from The NY Training School For Girls in Hudson, NY, in 1933. The play debuted to s.r.o. audiences at the Valatie Community Theater in February, 2020, two weeks before the onset of the pandemic. Now, the play is coming to life in a new incarnation, re-debuting at The Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie over the course of several weekends in November and Dece
Promotional video for the city of Hudson, NY, that was featured in The NY Times.
This recent video by David McDonald discusses our responsibility to each other as human beings during the pandemic. Its ultimate solution: love.
Promotional video on behalf of The Olana Partnership and Columbia-Memorial Hospital.
"My Encounter With The Ghost Of Joe Zelli." Has to be seen to be believed. Trailer to David McDonald's new documentary project. Mr. McDonald also spent the pandemic writing a screenplay called "Joe Zelli and The Royal Box." McDonald actually made this whimsical trailer to promote the screenplay. Then the trailer took on a life of its own.
Malachi Walker was running for alderman in the city of Hudson and I was lucky enough to be able to tell his story. And, yes, he won! And he's still there!
We recently produced 20 short biographical videos on behalf of The American Association of Advertising Agencies (The 4As) This one may be the funniest of the bunch, and features advertising icon Colleen DeCourcy talking about how she got into advertising.
This promotional video we made for the city of Kingston, NY, The O Positive Festival and Chronogram Magazine precipitated Kingston's recent revival. It was on Chronogram's home page for about five years.
Soon after the outbreak of the pandemic, a group of professional actors from all over America participated in two live Zoom performances on behalf of Theater For The New City.
This was David McDonald's first-ever film. The film is an allegory for the rise and fall of the American counterculture and foreshadowed the rise of authoritarianism in The U.S.
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