Johnny Lee Davenport (as Sam), Peter Mark Kendall (as Hally), and Anthony Gills, Jr. (as Willie) on the Gloucester Stage in the IRNE Award-Winning Play “‘Master Harold’ . . . and the boys.” (PHOTO: Gary Ng)
The Gloucester Stage Production of “Master Harold” . . . and the boys received the Independent Reviewers of New England Award for “Best Play–Midsize Company.” Director Benny Sato Ambush was also honored, receiving the award for “Best Director of a Play–Midsize Company.”
Congratulations to the artists, technicians, production staff, board members, sponsors, and patrons who created and supported this show!
Out on the Charles River with ‘Pericles’ castmates Kathryn Lynch and Jesse Hinson, who will be playing Thaisa and Pericles, respectively. One step closer to completing Shakespeare’s canon, Johnny will be playing Helicanus and other roles. (PHOTO: J. Stratton McCrady)
Directed by Allyn Burrows, Johnny Lee Davenport opens in William Shakespeare’s ‘Pericles’ on April 17. The show runs at The Modern Theatre at Suffolk University at 525 Washington Street in Boston from April 17 – May 12, 2013.
The acting ensemble of ‘Invisible Man’ (from left): Brian D. Coats, Jeremiah Kissel, Joy Jones, Edward James Hyland, Johnny Lee Davenport, Teagle F. Bougere, McKinley Belcher III, Deidra LaWan Starnes, De’Lon Grant, and Julia Watt. (PHOTO: T. Charles Erickson)
Johnny Lee Davenport and fellow castmates, McKinley Belcher III, Teagle F. Bougere, Brian D. Coats, De’Lon Grant, Edward James Hyland, Joy Jones, Jeremiah Kissel, Deidra LaWan Starnes, and Julia Watt, were acknowledged for their performances with the the award for Outstanding Ensemble, Resident Play, for The Studio Theatre’s fall 2012 production of Invisible Man.
Also receiving awards for Invisible Man were Christopher McElroen for Director, Resident Play, and Mary Louise Geiger for Lighting Design, Resident Production.
The NBC pilot Hatfields & McCoys, starring Rebecca De Mornay and Virginia Madsen, is currently shooting in Boston. Johnny will be guest starring in the series pilot as Kevin Ford.
The Hollywood Reporter posted a story about the upcoming show.
In her article “Stage Worthies: The Best Theatrical Productions of 2012,” Carolyn Clay of The Boston Phoenix listed “Master Harold” . . . and the boys as one of the top 10 theatrical experiences in Boston for the year.
With Peter Mark Kendall and Anthony Wills, Jr. (PHOTO: Gary Ng)
Thank you for your votes!
Thanks to you, Johnny won TWO 2011 BroadwayWorld Boston Awards.
Best Actor in a Play–Medium Theatre for his performance in Broke-ology.
Best Actor in a Play–Small/Fringe Theatre for his performance in Neighbors.
Click here to see the complete list of winners.
As William King mourning for his wife in 'Broke-ology' (PHOTO: Mark S. Howard) and as Richard Patterson musing with Jean (Christine Power) about their prospects in 'Neighbors' (PHOTO: Shawn LaCount)
Standing in front of The Lyric Stage Company of Boston's poster for Broke-ology (PHOTO: David Curtis)
The August issue of Boston Magazine featured Johnny on page 96. To view what the editors had to say, click here.