David Skovron, owned his own production company, DSA, located in Manhattan, for over twenty years, producing fashion shows at the Metropolitan Museum and launching products globally.
Retiring at the age of 50, he focused on something he would always be doing during breaks backstage…writing. His first outing was collaborating with New York Times bestselling author and filmmaker, Clive Barker. David adapted Clive’s West End production of The Secret Life of Cartoons.
His most recent play, Shrink Wrapped, has been chosen to open the new Pittsburgh Playhouse in 2019, with the intention of moving to Broadway.
In between these two theatrical pieces, David wrote his first novel,
The Lesson Of The Bees.
The Lesson Of The Bees
by David Skovron
Published: January 6, 2018
It’s 1962 and Teddy Lapinski, a boy in Erie, PA, is being tormented by his parents. His mother is a devout Roman Catholic and his father, an abusive alcoholic. His older brother, Danny, is his protector and best friend.
When the family is faced with a heartbreaking event, Teddy’s world is catapulted into horrifying danger. Teddy is not prepared for what evil inhabits his home.
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