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For Master Harold...and the Boys

"Veteran actor, Edgar Sam a real depth as a man who truly loves his young charge (Hally) but has human limits."

Jim Lowe, Times Argus (Montpelier, Vermont) July 5, 2005

Rave Reviews for Edgar Davis’ Island of Mirrors:

“Davis’ dramatic comedy treats the cultural differences with subtlety and sympathy and does not take any cheap shots, even though he recalls Christmas songs being played year-round by Muzak-type stations and bizarre nightclub experiences."

Rohan Preston, The Minneapolis Star Tribune 

“While Davis’ tales are charming, it is his presence that keeps us entranced. We smile through story after story; then when the show ends, we want to buy him some foreign beer and beg him to tell us more."

Anne Ursu, City Pages (Minneapolis/St. Paul)

“People who have taught English in foreign countries, or even people who have enjoyed experiencing the oddities of being a foreigner instead of treating other people as foreigners, will find much to like in Edgar Davis’ professionally presented storytelling."

Jon Skaalen, Minnesota Fringe Festival 2000

And for other performances:

For Topdog/Underdog (Pulitzer Prize 2002 for Drama/Suzan-Lori Parks)

"Davis delivers as, Booth, the desperate punk, forever bragging about
bedroom exploits with his never-seen girlfriend."

Tony Kiss, Entertainment Editor, Asheville Citizen-Times, Asheville, NC

"Edgar Davis is wonderful as the apparently long-suffering husband whose hidden depths are completely unsuspected."

Geneve Bacon, Mountain Area Information Network (October 2003)

To Kill a Mockingbird

"Edgar Davis gives Tom Robinson a stillness and dignity that makes his few minutes center-stage the searing, heart-rending focus of the play."

Erin Hart, Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Mn., October 1996) To Kill a Mockingbird