Our licensed and insured company is a proud member of the following associations:
- Dramatists Guild
- Screen Actors Guild–American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA
- Actors' Equity Association (AEA)
We strive to tell stories that enable the audience to see the world around them and to bridge the gaps in our lives that drive us apart.
Meet Our Owners
Eric Joshua Davis
Eric Joshua Davis is a screen and stage actor. He trained in London UK at Rose Bruford and has acted in film, television, and stage in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Atlanta, and Philadelphia. Recent television and film credits include Sleepy Hollow, Nashville and Pacific Edge with Ed Asner which won the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. Past House Red Theatre productions include the role of Richard in The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket and Stanley in Brighton Beach Memoirs. Favorite roles include Bunce in One Flea Spare in the UK and Ringmaster in Barnum at The Main Street Theatre in Philadelphia.
"Eric Joshua Davis is a masterful, beguiling Ringmaster" - The Morning Call
Stuart Fail began working in the theater 25 years ago. He started as an actor, then graduated to directing and playwriting. He has acted in over 50 productions, directed 30 and his plays have been produced in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Minneapolis and Florida. Stuart has taught acting for ages K-12. Stuart received his MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA and an MFA in Theatre Arts: Directing from Minnesota State University. He also has an MS in Teacher Education: History & Theatre--from the University of Tennessee. as an actor some of his favorite roles have been Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; Orsino in Twelfth Night; Macbeth in Macbeth; McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; Polo Pope in Hatful of Rain and Barry Champlain in Talk Radio.
Stuart has directed: Hulryburly, A Life in the Theater, Keely and Du, The Artificial Jungle, Orphans, Savage in Limbo, Independence, Crimes of the Heart, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket to name a few.
Stuart's play The Book of James wqs chosen for production with the Manhattan Repertory Theatre and the Riant Theatre of New York City.