when African-Americans — including famous entertainers such as Harry Belafonte and Nat King Cole are banned from staying in the Strip’s hotels, a group of entrepreneurs open Vegas’ first integrated hotel, The Moulin Rouge Hotel and Casino. Initially a big hit even appearing on the cover of Life Magazine, it mysteriously closes after six months — sparking a Civil Rights battle that will change the course of Las Vegas forever.
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David Goldyn is a Writer, Producer, Director, Actor and Teacher
As a writer, the comic play Daddy Issues was a critical success both Off-Broadway (nominated for Best Off-Broadway Play by Broadway World) and Michael Musto of the Village Voice called it “Hilarious” and another critic lovingly proclaimed “a sit-com waiting to happen.”
There is a pilot for the proposed tv series Daddy Issues as well as 2 years of outlines for series episodes.
Mr. Goldyn just completed a movie script based on a true story entitled Black Jack at the Moulin Rouge which is in development to be a major motion picture. Other credits include a script for Will and Grace, The Feuding Paleontologists commissioned by the Parks Shakespeare Company.
On Broadway , Mr. Goldyn was a producer on the musical Honeymoon in Vegas starring Tony Danza. He also had involvement in Broadway's Promises Promises starring Sean Hayes, and Bonnie and Clyde with Jeremy Jordon and Laura Osnes.
Mr. Goldyn was Producing Artistic Director of Rising Action Theatre in Fort Lauderdale for 7 years where he directed acclaimed productions of Some Men, Take Me Out, Sisters Rosensweig and others.
He was also Artistic Director of Acting Studio Company in Orlando, Florida where he directed Jeffrey, Ruthless, PS Your Cat is Dead and others. He is very proud that his production of Stray Dog Story in Los Angeles was named one of ten best plays of the year by Frontiers Magazine.
Mr. Goldyn was a Professor at both Miami Dade College and Broward College.
As a television actor he has appeared opposite Dolly Parton in the series Heaven's to Betsy, Jack Scalia in Pointman and Eric Roberts in Saved by the Light.