ABOUT DAVID M. STAMPS
Poet / Writer / Producer
Radio Segment Host and Producer 1981 – 1984
At thirteen years old.
Produced plays and performed poetry locally from 1985 to present wrote copy for Alaina Reed Hall (227) and Shemar Moore (S.W.A.T.) and the unofficial theme song for the United Cerebral Palsy Telethon 1997
Produced a weekly poetry and musical event which hosted celebrities like Michael Colyar, Malcom Jamal Warner and Ron Taylor at the iconic Atlas Supper Club from 6/2004 to 8/2005
Wrote, produced, and starred in a short film entitled “The Deadly Ms. Susan Aside”. It was featured in the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival.
Wrote, produced and performed a number of Spoken Word Songs to include but not limited to the cult classic “Icy but I see why”.
Wrote, co-produced a One Man Show with the living theater legend Woodie King Jr. detailing his harrowing journey as a “Messiah” to a group of disadvantaged youth being abused sexually by a wicked teacher. David used his spiritual understanding, unconditional love and unique repartee to bring awareness to the plight of these urban teens, getting the teacher removed from the school.