Garrett Davis, playwright
The Forget Me Not Project 501c3
His creativity to use the performing arts as a vehicle to raise the awareness about health issues that affect our community has been called brilliant and simply genius.
Over the last 20 years Gdavis Productions has been presenting some of the funniest urban theater productions for audiences of all ages.
However, the last 5 years the creative mind behind such productions as The Lord Will Make a Way, Jessie & Lucy, Temptation, If Loving You is Wrong, Private Chambers and How To Make a Wrong Relationship Right has penned two of the most thought provoking and hilarious productions that has started a drastic and far-reaching change in the way people are thinking and behaving concerning caregiving with Mama’s Girls and Alzheimer’s disease with Forget Me Not.
Davis serves as an ambassador for the National Alzheimer’s Association and works to ensure that all understand the laws that effect the quality of life for those caring for and who have Alzheimer’s disease. Davis is also one of the founders of the African American Network Against Alzheimer’s disease whose Honorary Co-Chairs are Dr. Satcher, Rev. Al Sharpton and former Administration officials The Honorable Kay Coles James and Melody Barnes.