Written and Performed by Chris Davis
Directed by Mary Tuomanen
Sound Design by Adriano Shaplin
Since the beginning of quarantine, Chris has produced three of his solo plays in his living room; One-Man Nutcracker, The Last Emperor of Mexico, and The Presented. This is the fourth, and last production in his series of ‘Living Room Plays.’ Streamed live through Instagram and Facebook, Chris is using these technologies to create a new and dynamic presentation of his previously produced plays. Watching is free, but audiences are encouraged to make donations to his Venmo at Chris-Davis-109.
Imagine Apocalypse Now performed by one actor in 60 minutes, recreating some of the most famous scenes from cinema history through Chris Davis’ unique theatrical lens. Backed by the soundtrack of the movie, Davis explores the heart of darkness through movement, sound, dance, comedy, drama, lunacy, philosophy and more in this high-octane 60 minute tour-de-force, directed by Mary Tuomanen and sound design by Adriano Shaplin.
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May 27 – Wed – 8pm (EST)
“…a strikingly original writer and performer.”
– The Scotsman
Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Thespis Festival 2018 in Kiel, Germany
“Whether you’ve seen the film or not, Chris Davis’ One-Man Apocalypse Now will be a funny, dark, poignant, playful, and well-spent hour of your life.”
– Patricia Highsmith, DC Metro
“…transcendent surrealism.” – The Wee 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.