NEWS

 

fall 2018- David will be playing Chad in the regional premiere of "Pirira" at luna stages, directed by Ari laura keith

"The man is a treasure. As Chad, Gow's comic invention is endless. You won't see a funnier performance on Broadway. On TV. On earth. From the first moment we see him lying on the worktable, eating a bagel obscenely, he cracks the audience up." 

-Gwen Orel

"Gow travels the distance from comedy to drama with an effortlessness that marks an actor on the pathway to greatness. He makes the audience feel every horrific beat in his monologue about what happened to his lover back in Washington, DC with an elegiac percussiveness." 

-Anthony Pennino, the Modernist Beat

"David Gow is a standout as Chad, using his supple body to suggest worlds that amplify the script." -Broadwayworld


summer 2018- David is playing greg in the webseries "Don't Suck", accepted into nyc web fest, big apple film festival, nj webfest, and cinema diverse. written and directed by Tyler Martin

SUMMER 2018- DAVID WILL BE PLAYING WILL IN THE UPCOMING PRODUCTION OF "MOTHERS AND SONS" AT SHAKESPEARE AND COMPANY, DIRECTED BY JAMES warwick

Gow’s greatest strength in this role is his constant graciousness to the woman who hates his very existence. Gow inspires hate from her, love from his son and admiration from his partner. The script calls for it and Gow delivers in every line and every move.”

-Berkshire Eagle

Gow is truly superb as Will, offering an illuminating and spot-on portrait of a younger gay man of the generation for whom, at least in the liberal Northeast, being gay is at once essential and unremarkable.”

-Broadwayworld

Gow never gives a false moment in this part, never lets us find him anything less than real and sincere.”

-Berkshire On Stage

Gow’s performance seems effortless and natural, and the tender attachment between Cal and Will is palpable, as is the love for their bright, energetic son.”

-Theater Talk


Spring 2018 - David played Van in film  "Drugstore Lipstick", accepted into maryland film festival, CASCADia international women's film festival, and the Dusty Film Festival, directed by Lizz Astor

Winter 2017- David starred as Tommy Flowers in "where has tommy flowers gone" at the workshop theater, directed by laura braza. David also produced the production

"GOW DOES NOT SO MUCH EMBODY THE ROLE AS DEVOUR IT. GOW PULLS BACK FROM THE BOMBAST AND HUBRIS THAT OFTEN COLORED INDIVIDUALS FROM THE COUNTER-CULTURE AND INSTEAD FILLS HIS TOMMY WITH VULNERABILITY AND DESPAIR." 

-Anthony Pennino, The Modernist Beat

winter 2017- David made his TV debut in jon glaser loves gear on trutv

Fall 2017- David played matt in  "Burning Leaves" at The Duke 42nd St Theater as part of the NYNW Festival, directed by will taylor and written by tom rowan

Summer 2017 - David played the plumber in Webseries "Northern belles", premiering at the national film festival for talented Youth and the local sightings film festival, written and directed by Isabela comerford and Maddie Downs

Spring 2017 - David starred as Scott in film "Necktied", premiering at the Lincoln Center, directed by Harris Van ALDERMAN

Spring 2017 - David played Horst in a workshop production of "Bent" by Martin Sherman at TOSOS

-http://www.qonstage.com/2017/04/david/Winter 2017

- David starred as Peter in "Peter and the Starcatcher" by Rick Elice at Smithtown Performing Arts Center

Winter 2016 - David starred as The Beast in "The Beast's Beauty" by Ethan Nienaber at the Lincoln Center as part of the Keenan Fellowship Program

Fall 2016 - David made his Off-Broadway debut as Devon in "Chokehold" by Tony Pennino at 14th St Y

"DAVID GOW’S PERFORMANCE IS MOVING TO SAY THE LEAST. HE WENT ON AN EMOTIONAL JOURNEY UNLIKE ANY OTHER AND REACHED THOSE EMOTIONAL PEAKS BRINGING THE AUDIENCE ALONG WITH HIM."

-Kaila M. Stokes, Theater in the Now

Fall 2016- David was in a US Open Commercial starring Phil Collins

Summer 2016 - David made his professional debut as Jack in "Up the Hill" by Keith Huff at the Eugene O'Neill Center