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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.

Some loving tributes to a teacher, traveler, friend, and hoofer, who died in October. Read more

Features

The star of Dreamgirls, Breyannah Tillman, has dream roles in mind. Read more

Culture

Presenting the winners of the annual Memphis theater awards, which had their biggest night ever in 2018. Read more

Culture

2018 Ostranders Eugart Yerian Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Read more

Culture

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. Read more

Culture

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photographs courtesy of the orpheum theatre

Culture

Ekundayo Bandele

Photo by Brandon Dill

"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. Read more

Features

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Koen Hause

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

Culture

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

Columns

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illustration by Chris Honeysuckle Ellis

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

Culture

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Don Perry

The best of the best of Memphis theater. Read more

Culture

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

Culture

New plays on stage in the Bluff City. Read more

The Memo

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

Travel

Memphis Actress Irene Crist plans her last performance. Read more

Culture

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Photo by Flickr user Drew McLellan

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

The Memo

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

The Memo

Cecelia Wingate can’t stop winning. Read more

Culture

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

The Memo

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

The Memo