Eric Davis



clown & bouffon

Mr. Davis currently resides in New York.  His original creations have won him both critical and audience acclaim.  He performs and teaches internationally.

Lauded as one of the premiere clowns of our time, Mr. Davis is setting the worlds of comedy and theater on fire with his contemporary and original creations.

A master improviser, clown and bouffon, his work ranges from subtle and realistic to the absurd.  His work has been described by critics  as “genius”  “subversive” and “very, very funny”.

In 2007, Mr.  Davis was nominated for a Golden Nose for Clown of the Year in New York.  In addition, he was a Finalist for the NY Comedy Festival’s Andy Kaufman Award, and the award winning director and co-writer of The Bouffon Glass Menajoree  which was nominated for Best Director, Best Script, Best Ensemble and Best Production by the NY Innovative Theatre Awards.

Mr. Davis is a Founder and Co- Director of the NY Clown Theatre Festival, an international festival celebrating and promoting the art of contemporary theatrical Clown. ( Oct 5-28, 2007.

Performance Credits include the clown in Cirque du Soleil’s highly celebrated production: Quidam, as well as being contracted for developmental workshop of Cirque du Soleil’s Kooza, under the direction of  Tony Winner, David Shiner and Cirque’s 2009 Touring Production.

Mr. Davis has trained in Pochinko clown technique and Bouffon with masters Sue Morrison as well as Phillipe Gaulier.  He has also been a practitioner and teacher of  improvisation, movement, Lecoq technique, and mask for over 15 years.

(Bio taken from Eric’s website)

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