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José Garcia Davis is an accomplished, award-winning and critically acclaimed multi-media artist with over 25 years of professional experience as an actor, singer, director, writer, producer, designer, visual artist and teacher. He has created many original productions from one-man shows to multi-media operas and has toured nationally and internationally. As well, he has created several original film and video projects and his screenplay "Checkpoint" won first place in the first annual Latin Entertainment Media Institute Screenplay Competition. Garcia Davis is Vice President of the Board of Teatro Nuevo Mexico and a regular collaborator with the company.

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From 2003 to 2006 he was Director of Theater for Environmental Awareness with U.S.- China Environmental Fund, a non- governmental organization with offices in China and the United States. He traveled to China regularly where he directed and taught theater to Chinese teachers and youth as a means of exploring environmental and social issues.

Garcia Davis has been Artistic Director of Evidence Room's Rampart Youth Theatre Project in Los Angeles, Artistic Director of two New Mexico based theatre companies, Teatro Consejo, and Oso Amarillo Productions, and Associate Director of Latino Chicago Theatre Company and La Compañia de Teatro de Alburquerque. In addition he has been Artist-in-Residence with L.A. Theatre Works Arts & Children Project, Homeland Cultural Center in Long Beach, CA, and the New Mexico Arts Division.

He studied film and TV at UCLA Extension and has a BAFA in Art Studio from the University of New Mexico. He is a protege of renowned acting coach Lawrence Parke, has taught Stanislavski and Vahktangov acting

methods since 1991, and has also been an Acting Coach Mentor for Scholastic, Inc.

In addition, Garcia Davis has studied with world famous directors Augusto Boal and Ronald Neame, studies classical vocal technique with Gualtiero Negrini, and has previously studied with Rita Mosiman, Margaret Morris-Lopez, and Sean Daniel. As a teenager he was apprentice to well-known sculptor Edward Haddaway. His art work has been exhibited in regional, national and international shows and he has designed sets and created masks and puppets for stage and screen.

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