Trap Door credits
- The Pragmatists
- Bowie in Warsaw Chicago, (Chicago, New York)
- The Ugly One
- The Martyrdom of Peter Ohey (New York)
- Queen C
- Dinner with Marx
- And Away We Stared
- Decomposed Theatre, Episode 5
- The White Plague
- The Killer
- Childhood Beauty (Trap Open)
- The Old Woman Broods
- Monsieur d’Eon is a Woman
- Joan and the Fire (Assistant Director)
David Lovejoy (ze/hir/hirs) is an ensemble member at Trap Door, and also the Marketing Director and Associate Managing Director. When David is not acting or producing at Trap Door, ze is a Dungeons and Dragons Dungeon Master extraordinaire. Ze received a BA from UChicago in Absurdist Theatre, and is a graduate of the School at Steppenwolf and the Academy at Black Box.
David Lovejoy’s scintillating and multi-faceted Chevalier, fittingly, seems both of the world of the court and apart from it. Lovejoy (who uses the pronouns “ze/hir/hirs”) brings an almost zen-like quality at times to the role, but also imbues the Chevalier with a rock-ribbed moral conscience.
Kerry Reid, The Chicago Tribune (about Monsieur d’Eon is a Woman)
As d’Éon, the understated David Lovejoy is a block of noble stability in a world gone haywire.
Justin Hayford, Chicago Reader (about Monsieur d’Eon is a Woman)
Lovejoy brings a sense of earnestness and grit to d’Eon that makes the consequences of peoples’ casual lack of compassion much more serious.
Jacob David, Around the Town Chicago (about Monsieur d’Eon is a Woman)
The cast is excellent…
Nancy Bishop, Third Coast Review (about Bowie in Warsaw)
His boss, played with sociopathic aplomb by a freakishly menacing David Lovejoy…
Ted C. Fishman, New City Stage (about The Ugly One)