For Mr Clark, this was not a step backwards in his career but an opportunity offered by Ernst & Young's Corporate Responsibility Fellows programme.
The unfamiliarity of his new role was exhilarating.
However, the play was not a genuine reenactment of William Shakespeare's famous version, but rather, a tragic love story reflecting the current political circumstances in Palestine.
In the play, the families of two lovers, Yousef and Suha, are Palestinian refugees who left their village shortly before Israel was established in 1948 and have lived in a Gazan refugee camp since then.
He tolerated David hiding his san emergency medical technician named Eddie, but their relationship failed when Keith becomes concerned with his niece Taylor and his sister Karla Denise, who goes into drug rehabilitation.