theatrical reviews

  • EVERYBODY

    Directed by Orlando Pabotoy

    PlayMakers Repertory Company

    Chatham Life and Style

    "...the role of Everybody requires the tremendous emotional range of all humanity, which Davis handled with ease."

  • EVERYBODY

    Directed by Orlando Pabotoy

    PlayMakers Repertory Company

    Talkin' Broadway

    "Ms. Davis had become a personal favorite. She captured the humanity of Everybody with such heart."

  • NATIVE SON

    Directed by Colette Robert

    PlayMakers Repertory Company

    Triangle Arts & Entertainment

    "April Mae Davis is amazing to watch as Bessie, who smells of “gin and bleach,” expressing the frustrations and fears of a young black woman resigned to a life of cleaning houses for white people, and longing for better."

  • JUMP

    Directed by Whitney White

    PlayMakers Repertory Company

    BWW REVIEW

    "April Mae Davis' tenacious portrayal of Fay, the ruminative main character coping with the death of her mother among other things, is captivating. She steers the piece swerving between the past and present, what's real or imagined, hope and despair, without restraint."

  • JUMP

    Directed by Whitney White

    PlayMakers Repertory Company

    Rdu on Stage

    "April Mae Davis hits all the right notes in her portrayal of this millennial who is coping with the death of her mother."

  • TARTUFFE

    Directed by Saheem Ali

    PlayMakers Repertory Company

    Triangle Arts & Entertainment

    "April Mae Davis is sweetly charming as Mariane."