David Kosh did some time at NYU's film school, was released after four years with a kick in his pants and a BFA in his pocket. Temptation also appears in Smith and Kraus' The Best Stage Scenes of 2003, and was part of I Love New York -- What's Your Excuse?, an evening of short plays directed by Ann Bowen and produced twice Off-Off-Broadway. Other plays include Diffrence, part of I Love New York -- What's Your Excuse?, and published by One Act Play Depot; The Show Might Go On, adapted from the novel by Roger Bowen, also directed by Ann Bowen and produced Off-Off-Broadway by Michael Horn and the Michael Chekhov Theatre Company; and The Greatest in the Whole Wide World, produced Off-Off-Broadway as part of the International Cringe Festival. Screenplays include Cold Tea, a short film that David also co-produced (official selection of the Sedona International Film Festival, the Big Island Film Festival and the Heart of Gold Film Festival in Australia); and Grand Cru, a feature commissioned by Opal Films in Los Angeles. Mr. Kosh is a member of the Dramatists Guild.