David Crabb

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David Crabb (December 13, 1975 - ) is an American actor and writer. He was born in San Antonio, Texas and lived there until the middle of high school, when he moved to Seguin, Texas. His experiences of being a "gay Goth teen in South Texas" were chronicled in his 2011 autobiographical one-man show, Bad Kid. Bad Kid ran for several weeks at the Axis Theater in New York City in November 2011 and garnered critical praise.[1] It started a second run on February 17, 2012[2] and has already garnered more positive reviews from the New York theater community. [3]

Crabb graduated from Texas State University–San Marcos in 1997 and then got an MFA in Photography and Performance from Cranbook Academy of Art in 1999. He is two-time winner of The Moth storytelling slam.[4] He has appeared on stage and on screen, and also works as a sound engineer for Dig It Audio. He is currently a regular member of the off-Broadway theater company Axis Company NYC as well as a producer and performer for Ask Me Stories and RISK! Show.

He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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