David Glass has performed, directed and taught in over seventy countries. Trained at the Lecoq school in Paris he has also studied with Agousto Boal, Growtowski, Peter Brook ,Alvin Ailey and Mike Alfreds. David worked as a soloist performing in forty countries then establishing the David Glass Ensemble in 1990 winning international awards including TMA award for best director for his adaptation of Gormenghast .In 1998 he established the Lost Child Project using theatre to give street children around the world a voice to tell their stories. Taking place in 22 countries The Lost Child Project ,helped establish a highly creative approach to Arts In Development. In 2000 he established the Centre For Creative Development in Cambodia training aid agencies in Creative Practice in partnership with VBNK. Whilst there developed a five stage practical Creative Process that is now used in many countries around the world. Through his forty years of work he has been one of the founders of the Physical/Visual ,Devised and Applied Theatre movements. David now teaches around the world. He is a visiting Tutor at Bournemouth University of the Arts and LAMDA, East Fifteen, Bath Spa University, Surrey University ,Kami Haque Centre, Singapore, DPAC Malaysia He continues to write and has recently established the Centre for Creative with Professor Lynn Mcdonald and Melissa Eveleigh to training creative workers , development agencies and education organizations to become more successful. Through this he has has become lead trainer for the International Labour Organization working for the UN. He recently directed Trojan Women for the City of Sienna and is preparing a three year International Youth Arts and Activism Participation project based on the Anders Breivk story. He is writing a book with Director Mike Alfred’s on Directing, Theatre and Life. In April 2016 he is relaunching The David Glass Ensemble as a platform for help establish Young People in the Arts and Theatre Internationally.