DANYON DAVIS is a movement teacher trained to teach the physical acting methodology taught at Juilliard by founding Drama Division faculty member, Moni Yakim. Danyon teaches year-long movement courses at Circle in the Square Theatre School, the Neighborhood Playhouse, and HB Studio's Hagen Core Training Program. As an actor, Danyon has performed in classical, contemporary, and experimental plays in theaters across the U.S. and in Europe. Notably, Danyon played Curly Day and Muddy in the marathon stage adaptation of John Irving’s The Cider House Rules, directed by Jane Jones and Tom Hulce; Danyon played the role of Paul in the Guthrie Theater’s 2003 revival of Six Degrees of Separation, directed by Ethan McSweeny; and Danyon created the role of Wilson in Chuck Mee’s bobrauschenbergamerica with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company. As a director, Danyon has worked closely with Tony Award-winning director and choreographer, Bill T. Jones, in the development of commercial theater work. Danyon has directed productions for Circle in the Square Theatre’s series for young audiences, and also proudly assisted David Esbjornson in staging the world premiere of Resurrection Blues, one of Arthur Miller’s final plays. Most recently, Danyon appeared as Red in Aaron Siegel’s experimental opera, Brother, Brother at Abrons Arts Center, directed by 2014 Obie Award winner, Mallory Catlett. Danyon is currently working on a follow-up to his stage adaptation of Henry David Thoreau’s early writing, Of Rivers, Of Days.