David Lane is an interdisciplinary theatre artist living and working in North Adams, MA. He is a two-time Jim Henson Foundation grant recipient for his original play The Chronicles of Rose, which tells the story of Rose Valland who helped save countless European paintings from being lost forever during WWII.
David was a co-creator and the lead designer of Iinisikimm, an illuminated, night-time puppet performance in celebration of the return of Buffalo to Banff National Park, Canada. In the summer, David co-directs the annual Berkshire Lantern Walk, a community festival of light, in collaboration with the Clark Art Institute. He is the co-Director of the New England Puppet Intensive and teaches a yearly workshop in puppet carving at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA).