Casting actors you don’t know is like getting a dog from the animal shelter. Shit is cool for a while but then they flip the fuck out and bite you or run away.
A friend “knows who you are and forgives you for it.”
Mary Tuomamen and Chris Davis push life size keys that signal to each other through space and time
What to see at the 2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival
In his 4th year here at Edinburgh it looks like Chris has become quite a popular fixture.
A remarkable play navigating the deep waters of philosophy and the shallow waters of adults wearing animal costumes.
Phindie met Katherine and Sarah online to get the lowdown on their collaborative project
The setting is Vietnam and we are just waking up at the voice of Martin Sheen.
Chris Davis’s imaginative one-man play gets a deservedly professional staging as part of Tiny Dynamite’s A Play, A Pie, and A Pint series
Who but Chris Davis would even think of a ONE-MAN APOCALYPSE NOW?
Chris compares the Edinburgh and Philly Fringe festivals and shares his thoughts on waking up to the scent of Napalm.
Comedic Self-flagellation and Rodent-skin Jackets: Interview with CHINCHILLA COATS creator Chris Davis
Chris takes his deranged soliloquy about a drunken, under-sexed, 34-year-old man-child to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Can’t decide what to see in the 2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival? Check out Deb Miller’s recommendations in her annual top picks preview.
Adapting Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s but not pulling verbatim from the novella, three playwrights have created a special experience in a Point Breeze row home.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Chris, Bruce, and Doug: Interview with three playwrights restaging a Fringe favorite
We talk to Chris Davis, Bruce Walsh, and Doug Williams ahead of their relaunch of HOLLY’S DEAD SOLDIERS.
JUAN-WINFIELD ESCUTIA-SCOTT, OR THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR, A BUTCHER PLAY (Chris Davis): 60-second review
With, “It was Mexico, but not your grandfather’s Mexico…” Chris Davis sets the tone for an enjoyably interactive, imaginative tour back in time to the Mexican-American War.
If there are two things Chris Davis knows they are good theater and good Mexican food.
A look at the first Scratch Night of 2016 at FringeArts.
The third in Anthony J. Wilkinson’s Off-Broadway trilogy takes a personal look at what it means to be middle-aged, gay, and Italian, with over-the-top humor and heartwarming sensitivity.