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Bechtel Corporation / Boston's Big Dig
Writer and Teacher
Senior Programmer and Product Manager
Disc Jockey and Chief Engineer
The Stuff We Leave Off Our Resumes
Historic District Commission
American History degree
University of Maryland
Newburyport Literary Festival: Moderators
David Kruh David Kruh is a former New Yorker who has written two books on Scollay Square: Always Something Doing, Boston's Infamous Scollay Square (Northeastern University Press,1999) and Scollay Square (Arcadia Publishing, 2004). He has co-authored books with his father, Louis (Presidential Landmarks, Hippocrene Press, 1992), and with Yanni Tsipis (Building Route 128, Arcadia Publishing). He is also a contributor to Final Fenway Fiction (Cornerstone Book Publishers, 2012), an anthology of 18 short stories chronicling the Boston Red Sox. David's columns have appeared in a number of publications, including The Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Boston Magazine, and Yankee Magazine. Mr. Kruh is also a producer and published playwright. His musical, The Curse of the Bambino, premiered at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston in 2001. Though David has dabbled in acting and stand-up comedy he prefers to eat, so is currently working full time as a Marketing Communications Manager for Analog Devices, a semiconductor manufacturer.
Curse of the Bambino Musical
Site by David Kruh
David Kruh (Book, Lyrics) is a former New Yorker and a 1978 graduate of the University of Maryland. U sing his college education to its fullest, David, much to his father's chagrin, became a disc jockey . After several years at stations in towns too small to mention, he came to Boston to work as an engineer at WRKO-AM and WROR-FM while getting his Masters in Computer Engineering at Boston University. He has also worked full time as a copywriter, computer programmer, radio producer, radio engineer and, for a few years in the mid-1990s, as a spokesman and web master for the Big Dig. David has also dabbled in acting and stand-up comedy, but prefers to eat, and so currently works full time as a Marketing Communications Manager for Analog Devices , a semiconductor manufacturer. He is a member of his local Historic District Commission and, in the spring, David enjoys helping coach his daughter's baseball team. Here are the pieces for the stage written by David Kruh. Links are provided for the publisher of each piece, where appropriate. The writers were, in order: David, Jerry Bisantz, Robert Mattson, Steven Bergman, Glen Doyle, Melinda Lopez, Norman Lasca, and Michael Bettoncourt. David Kruh is also a published author and columnist... This new collection of 18 works of fiction devoted the Boston Red Sox contains the new ending to David and Steve Bergman's musical THE CURSE IS REVERSED, one in which the lead character watched his beloved Red Sox win the World Series in 2004. FFF is a follow-up to FENWAY FICTION, published in 2005, that contains two works by David, one a ten-minute play titled ICE AGE, which is about the collective fate of Ted William's frozen body and head, and an excerpt from David and Steve's musical THE CURSE OF THE BAMBINO. FFF is a follow-up to FENWAY FICTION, published in 2005, that contains two works by David, one a ten-minute play titled ICE AGE, which is about the collective fate of Ted William's frozen body and head, and an excerpt from David and Steve's musical THE CURSE OF THE BAMBINO. As you can see, David has tried many things. It hasn't been easy, folks, but through it all, you can be sure that he has always clung to his most precious possession, his dignity... David has his very own page on the Internet Movie Database website. It's as close to Hollywood as he'll get...
Modern Marketing Tour BOSTON: Review by a Former Oracle Eloquan - Definitive Results
Other great presentations I was able to attend were those by Brian Kardon of Lattice Engines, Laura Ramos of Forrester Research, David Kruh of Analog Devices, Chris Moody of Oracle Marketing Cloud, Erika Brookes or Oracle Social.
JAC Publishing & Promotions Description Page
David Kruh has worked at various times - and with varying degrees of success - as a disc jockey, writer, computer programmer, radio producer, radio engineer, teacher, advertising copywriter, spokesperson for Boston’s Big Dig highway project, while performing stand-up and acting in a number of local productions including Curley: The Musical, The Dining Room , and Late Night Catechism.
He is currently employed as a Marketing Communications Manager for Analog Devices in Wilmington, MA. David collaborated, with Arnie Reisman, on PONZI!, a film script about the infamous Boston swindler who, coincidentally, operated at the exact same time that Harry Frazee sold Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees. ( PONZI! placed in the quarter finals of the 2001 Scriptapalooza Screen Writers competition.) David's most recent work is a novel and screenplay titled Be Careful What You Wish For... , a fantasy in the truest sense of the word, as it is about the year the Red Sox finally win the World Series and how that affects the lives of several Bostonians. David is also a published author whose most recent book, Scollay Square (Arcadia Publishing, 2004) is his second effort to document the history of Boston’s erstwhile entertainment district. David is also the co-author, with his father Louis, of Presidential Landmarks (Hippocrene Press, 1992). David's columns have appeared in a number of publications including the Boston Globe and Boston Herald, and he has also worked as a freelance writer for Boston Magazine and Yankee Magazine. David was also a staff writer for The Movie Loft, which appeared on Boston’s UPN affiliate, WSBK-TV. In the News 2/7/12 - Playwrights Steven Bergman and David Kruh have new published stories in the now released anthology, "Final Fenway Fiction: More Short Stories from Red Sox Nation.
David Kruh is a former New Yorker who was born just a few years before Scollay Square was torn down in the early 1960s.
Using his college education to its fullest, (an American History degree from the University of Maryland) David, much to his father's chagrin, became a disc jockey . After several years at stations in towns too small to mention, he came to Boston to work as a radio engineer (at WRKO) while studying for his Masters in Engineering at Boston University. He then got a job as a Senior Engineer (later, a Product Manager) at Octocom Systems, a classic high-tech start-up company that was, in 1991, named one of Inc Magazine 's fastest growing private companies. David subsequently worked as a copywriter, radio producer and, for a few years in the mid-1990s, as a spokesman and web master for the Big Dig. He has also dabbled in acting and stand-up comedy, but prefers to eat, and so currently works full time as a Marketing Communications Manager for Analog Devices , a semiconductor manufacturer. David recently completed a four-year term on his town's Historic District Commission, was a coach for three years for his daughter's baseball team and also for her FIRST Lego League team. David become interested in the Square in 1981 after hearing a story from his uncle, a former sailor and doctor who served during World War II, and who had found himself with "liberty time" in Boston and subsequently sampled the wares in the Square. Research and writing on the book began in the 1980s (while completing his Masters degree in Computer Engineering from Boston University) and then took off after his graduation in 1987. David and Mauzy have a daughter named Jennifer.