Starting Thursday July 10, I'll be one of four teachers in STAGE's Adult Summer Session. We'll be doing Improv, Acting, Camera Acting and anything else we can think for eight weeks. Also along for the ride--Gail Cronauer, Chuck Huber and ElizaBeth Bontley with a possible bonus 9th week with Bob Michaels teaching voiceover. Contact STAGE for info on that at 214-630-7722.
I'll also be teaching Auditioning for the Camera at STAGE--everything you ever wanted to know about film/tv auditioning including a practice audition with scripts I supply-- on Sunday July 13. Lisa Haram at STAGE can sign you up.
As always, I'm available for private coaching. Need help with an audition for a film, TV show or play? Want to work a monologue? Need career advice? Hit the Contact Me link on the left and drop me a line.
Meantime, I'm a working actor and director:
Here's What's Up!
Aug 21-Sept 20 2014
I'll be playing Lou in Stella and Lou by Bruce Graham with Lisa Fairchild and Eric Wilder, directed by Robin Armstrong. Click the image below for info and tickets:
Mar 5-Mar 22 2014
I played Al in Finishing School by Elaine Liner amd directed by Gene Ray Price for 130 Productions with Larry Randolph (in photo), Ellen Locy and Catherine DuBord. Due to illness, Larry was replaced by Gordon Fox
Nov 21-Dec 15, 2013
I played Lyman in Other Desert Cities at Theatre Three with Connie Coit, Lydia Mackey and Cindee Mayfield.
l-r Lydia Mackay; Connie Coit; John S Davies Photo:Jeff Schmidt
"Theatre Three boasts some of Dallas' strongest actors in its cast, too, notably Davies and Mayfield. They do bruised emotions superbly, moving as if their characters are bone-weary from sadness. When Davies finally releases Lyman's pent-up rage in the final moments, the play at last feels like it has achieved an honest human sentiment." Elaine Liner--Dallas Observer
I directed Brian Witkowicz in David Marquis' I Am A Teacher (Part 2), which played Oct 15-20, 2013 at The MAC in rep with parts 1&3
Directed by Rene Moreno
"Most of the show’s humor arises from the interplay between the ‘friendly” domineering ghost father and gently befuddled Curtis. Graner’s Curtis enters into the comic repartee with an openhearted, unsuspecting innocence; and Davies’ ghost nails every laugh line like a wry Johnny Carson with a favorite guest."
May 1-May 18 2013
Directed by BJ Cleveland
"Davies possesses amazing reactive skills, and he employs them with subtlety that is wonderfully effective in the intimate performance space at the Bath House Cultural Center on the banks of White Rock Lake. His Gus evolves gradually, reluctantly, from brooding loner to tentative out-reacher."