David MacGregor

David MacGregor

David was born in Detroit and writes plays, screenplays, and novels. He is a Resident Artist at The Purple Rose Theatre (Chelsea, MI), where seven of his plays have been produced. His work has been produced from New York to Tasmania. He adapted his play "Vino Veritas" into the film starring Emmy-winner Carrie Preston, and his short play "For Old Time's Sake" was adapted into the film "Easy Way Out" starring John Savage. He adapted his trilogy of Sherlock Holmes plays ("The Adventure of the Elusive Ear," "The Adventure of the Fallen Souffle," and "The Adventure of the Ghost Machine") into novels, and he is also the author of the nonfiction two-volume "Sherlock Holmes: The Hero with a Thousand Faces," as well as the photographic history book, "Livonia." He has been hanged in effigy, had his writing publicly burned, and teaches writing at Wayne State University in Detroit. He is inordinately fond of cheese and terriers. More information can be found at david-macgregor.com
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