Projects Come and Gone

Red Maple World Premiere




Well, we’ve run our course and closed. We ran to full houses, rave reviews and wonderful feedback. By the third week you couldn’t get a ticket if you wanted. We’ll see what happens next. I’ve been approached by a few theaters asking for a perusal copy of the script. I’m reaching out to others. I’ll keep you all updated. Thank you Maggie Cahill, Margaret Hall, everyone at Proctors and Cap   Rep and our amazing cast and crew! Check out more about Red Maple at

Red Maple, Providence RI

The Players at the Barker Playhouse in Providence RI, produced a wonderful live streamed production of the show. Thank you to Jeff and Bonnie Sullivan and everyone at the Barker!


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Thank you to all who came to see Tribes by Nina Raine at the Theatre Institute at Sage.

The Giver

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The Giver by Lois Lowry. Thank you to all for a wonderful run at Theatre Institute at Sage. Pictured are Joe Quandt as the Giver and Cullen Sausville as Jonas.  Directed by D. Bunce.

Breakfast of Champions

Written by my son, Ben Bunce, this film was a truly great experience. Check it out at the YouTube address

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 Dogs of War

Up next: Dogs of War: Shakespeare's Soldiers at the Theatre Institute at Sage! A one man show!

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Dogs of War; Shakespeare’s Soldiers, Theatre Institute at Sage

Dogs of War: Shakespeare’s Soldiers Review: DidYouWeekend “Sage Theatre Institute launched its debut and premiere of, “Shakespeare’s Soldiers: The Dogs of War”, a rich, lively and passionate piece about William Shakespeare and his obsession with war. The piece was penned by Sage’s own Professor David Bunce, who has provided brilliant and flawless performances in a number of works, including Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and again in Miserables, to name but a few. In“Dogs of War”,  Bunce takes his own notes and his own pen in hand and molds Shakespeare’s text to try and interpret Shakespeare’s obsession with war. Indeed, this work is the handshake between Bunce’s own obsession and that of Shakespeare’s. It is a colloquy of American history and Shakespeare, and the messages we are meant to learn from both of them.”

All For The Birds/ Director

Official Selection, Catskill Mountain Film Festival

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Video Link Documentary short profiling Pete Dubacher and the Berkshire Bird Paradise. 

Staged Reading

Heroes/ Director


Thank you to John Romeo, George Filieau and Ron Cleeve for wonderful, heartfelt work.

Theatre Voices at the Steamer 10 Theatre


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