One-Man Nutcracker

written and performed by Chris Davis

directed by Mary Tuomanen

sound design by Adriano Shaplin

choreography by Hallie Rumsey-Lasersohn

You know the Nutcracker the ballet, but what if the ballet was performed by only one man? If the daughter Marie, little boy Fritz, creepy uncle Drosselmeir, the mice, the Sugar Plumb fairy, was channeled through one actor. Chris Davis is proud to bring you One-Man Nutcracker, a hilarious re-telling of the original E.T.A. Hoffman Nutcracker Story and the Ballet, re-imagined through his unique theatrical lens.

TIX $25 General / $10 Artist/Student

3rd floor of Plays & Players Theatre
1714 Delancey St.
Philadelphia, PA

Dec 18 – Wed – 6pm (opening)

Dec 19 – Thur – 7pm

Dec 20 – Fri – 7pm

Dec 21 – Sat – 2pm

Dec 22 – Sun – Noon

Dec 23 – Mon – 2pm

Dec 24 – Tue – Noon

“…a strikingly original writer and performer.”

– The Scotsman

“The Spalding Gray of Philly”
– Cameron Kelsall, Broad Street Review

Chris Davis (actor/writer) is a writer and performer residing in Philadelphia, PA.  Recent projects include solo shows The Last Emperor of Mexico, One-Man Apocalypse Now (★★★★★ – “superbly crafted” – Underdog Reviews), Juan-Winfield, Bortle 8 (“…a strikingly original writer and performer.” – The Scotsman), Drunk Lion (“A potent success” ★★★★★ – Wee Review), and Violence of the Lambs (“…absurd comedy at its very best.” ★★★★★ – The Student Newspaper ).  His solo shows have toured throughout the United States and Europe. He has participated in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the last 6 years and recently was a recipient of the Special Prize from the Thespis Festival in Kiel, Germany.              instagram: @1drunklion           twitter: @1drunklion

Venue: 3rd floor of Plays & Players Theatre

Tickets: FREE


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