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Chris Davis

Chris Davis is the theater-arts editor of the Memphis Flyer, and a regular contributor to Memphis magazine. He covers the Memphis theater on a daily basis at his “Intermission Impossible” blog on memphisflyer.com.

If you know where to look, Memphis' little theater companies offer tremendous opportunities for audiences, volunteers, and artists looking for a community and a chance to expand, grow, develop, work, and watch just outside the mainstream. more

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photographs courtesy of the orpheum theatre

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Ekundayo Bandele

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"There are only four free-standing African-American theaters in the United States, and we have one," says Ekundayo Bandele, founder of the Hattiloo Theatre in Overton Square. more

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Koen Hause

A story of taste, globalization, and style — through August 12. more

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The greatest commentator in the history of sports entertainment has migrated to a better territory. more

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illustration by Chris Honeysuckle Ellis

The curtain comes down on an integral part of Memphis culture. more

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Don Perry

The best of the best of Memphis theater. more

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After 45 years in the spotlight, GCT plans its next act. more

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New plays on stage in the Bluff City. more

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The two are served in equal portions at this art deco West Tennessee outpost. more

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Memphis Actress Irene Crist plans her last performance. more

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Photo by Flickr user Drew McLellan

Memphis theaters produce an impressive slate of new and original work. more

The Memo

Here's a look at this season's offerings. more

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Cecelia Wingate can’t stop winning. more

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Two works with deep Memphis roots are on show in New York and Chicago. more

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Andy Berke will speak at the 2016 edition of Memphis magazine's popular luncheon series. more

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Before you go to the Orpheum’s free screening of Purple Rain, read 30 great things about Prince’s first film. more

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Memphis’ stages are currently all full, and filled with all kinds of goodness, near-goodness, and up-to-no-goodness. Here’s a comprehensive rundown of what’s happening in Memphis theater. more

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The Memphis Symphony Orchestra has named Robert Moody to succeed Mei Ann Chen as conductor. We spoke with Moody about his background and future plans. more

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The Rhodes professor is Memphis’ most indefatigable publicist for the Bard. more

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