David Calvitto is an improvisation instructor for the Alda Center Workshops on the Road. He is primarily an actor and theater director. Early in his career, he studied Viola Spolin theater games, applying them as a rehearsal and performance technique in staging classic Moliere plays. David also led improvisation workshops and taught acting scene study. For several years, he took a break from theater and worked as an ESL teacher, teacher trainer and administrator in the English school component of a large immigrant resettlement organization in Manhattan. More recently, he turned back to acting full time, touring a one-man show around the world (Australia, Canada, Germany, Holland, Ireland, UK) and moving to London where he performed in the West End and across the UK. In October, he returned to America after 3 happy years in London.