TYLER DAVIS designed and built the sets for OpenStage’s productions of Avenue Q, Superior Donuts and The Taming of the Shrew and built the sets for Much Ado About Nothing, Frankenstein, The Crucible, Romeo and Juliet, The North Plan, The Servant of Two Masters, La Bête, Don't Dress for Dinner and August: Osage County. Tyler has been involved with almost sixty plays during his career. Acting credits include major roles in The Heiress, The Miser, The Cherry Orchard, Our Town, The Diary of Anne Frank, Road to Nirvana and The Miss Firecracker Contest. Directing credits include The Lover by Harold Pinter, Snakebit by David Marshall Grant, Talk Radio by Eric Bogosian, Road to Nirvana by Arthur Kopit, and several of his own works.
Tyler's Work in OpenStage Theatre
Event Role
Ken Ludwig's Sherwood: The Adventures Of Robin Hood Master Carpenter
Avenue Q Scenic Designer/Master Carpenter
Much Ado About Nothing Master Carpenter
Frankenstein Master Carpenter
The Crucible Master Carapenter
Don't Dress For Dinner- Essential Season Master Carpenter
La Bete- Essential Season Master Carpenter
The Three Musketeers - Essential Season Carpenter
August: Osage County- Essential Season Master Carpenter
The North Plan Lead Carpenter
Taming Of The Shrew Set Designer/Master Carpenter/Scenic Painter
Superior Donuts Set Designer/Master Carpenter
The Servant Of Two Masters Master Carpenter
Romeo And Juliet Master Carpenter
Tripleplay Director
Tripleplay Author
Tripleplay Vince