David Kovac is a classically trained actor and former street juggler, a full-time performer based in Chicago for the past 20 years. (BFA in Acting from The Theatre School of DePaul University.) Regional theatre credits include Lost in Yonkers, Triple Espresso, Charley’s Aunt, Servant of Two Masters and the title role in A CT Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. Recent Chicago area appearances include Applegate the Devil in Damn Yankees (Metropolis) and Otto in Noel Coward’s Design For Living (First Folio). While his voice and likeness have been featured in numerous television and radio commercials, Mr. Kovac is perhaps best known for his work as a modern-day vaudevillian, combining humorous monologues with random acts of magic. (Chicago venues include Navy Pier, Second City, Millennium Park, The Green Mill and The Odyssey.) The Chicago Tribune named him one of their Top Five Trickster Heroes, and his act has been showcased Off-Broadway in NYC and at the famed Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA. David Kovac has created and performed three solo performance pieces; Catching Fire, Amusing Grace, and Fooling Buddha!, directed by Emmy Award-winner Alexander Marshall.