David Bruin (he/him) is a dramaturg, producer, and scholar of theatre and performance, based in New York City. At the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, he co-curated, along with Sanaz Ghajar, the 2019 Prelude Festival, titled Riotous Excursions. As a dramaturg, he has collaborated with Robert Woodruff, Liz Diamond, Lars Jan, and Asa Horvitz, and he has produced new work by Jeremy O. Harris, Erin Markey, and Jeff Augustin. He has worked as a theater consultant for Scott Rudin Productions, and currently works as a creative consultant and researcher for Jeff Augustin. He is the co-editor, along with Melanie Joseph, of A Moment on the Clock of the World (Haymarket Books, 2019), an anthology of new writing inspired by the Foundry Theatre. He has held editorial positions at Yale’s Theater magazine, and his writing has appeared in Theater, The Brooklyn Rail, HowlRound, and TDF Stages. He is currently a DFA candidate in dramaturgy and dramatic criticism at Yale School of Drama, where his dissertation project analyzes the role of abjection on the contemporary American stage.