THE BOY WHO WOULD BE CAPTAIN HOOK [ON TOUR]
THE BOY WHO WOULD BE CAPTAIN HOOK
The true story of a boy born with one hand. HOOK teaches a stirring, humor-filled lesson in both accepting ourselves, and people who are different than us.
Written and performed by DAVID HARRELL
Directed by KIRK WHITE
DAVID HARRELL is an international award-winning actor, speaker and disability advocate residing in New York City. His award-winning solo play A Little Potato and Hard to Peel and his adaptation for young audiences, The Boy Who Would Be Captain Hook have entertained audiences from Off-Broadway houses to the country of Estonia. He was nominated in 2010 for a New York Innovative Theatre Award for “Outstanding Solo Performance”. Over the last 17 years, he has appeared in theatre, film and the New York City institution Law and Order: SVU. As a Disability Advocate he has worked as the Accessibility and Outreach Director for the Raleigh Ensemble Players in Raleigh, NC and currently serves as the Disability and Programming Associate for Inclusion in the Arts in New York City. He serves on the NYC Local Performers with Disabilities Committee with SAG-AFTRA and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.