JEREMIAH MATTHEW DAVIS was born and raised in Oklahoma. After completing undergraduate work in Theater and Social Science at Bennington College, he moved to Istanbul. While in Turkey, Jeremiah taught English Literature, World History, founded the Drama program at The Hisar School and worked as a presentation coach in the Turkish ﬁnancial industry. He returned to the United States to pursue a graduate degree in Dramaturgy at Columbia University, where he was Dean’s Fellow. He has trained and studied with Arnold Aronson, Steven Bach, Anne Bogart, Peter Brook, Ronald L. Cohen, and Mansour Farhang, among many others.
Currently, Jeremiah works as a dramaturg, director, and presentation & performance coach in New York. He is a founding member of The New Ensemble and a faculty member at Tom Todoroff Studio and Conservatory. Jeremiah lives in Brooklyn where he brews beer, practices carpentry, and walks his dog Huckleberry with what little spare time he has. Recent shows include: BLOOD KNOT (Schapiro Theater), TELL IT TO ME SLOWLY (FRINGENYC); TROTZ ALLEM NICHTS…by Andile Khumalo (Symphony Space); THE FRANKENSTEIN PROJECT, MOURNING, NONPLAY (Columbia University), BLACK SNOW (Theatre of the Riverside Church), RESTORATION (New York Theatre Workshop), HENRY VI PART 3 (East 13th Street Theatre), AN ERROR OF THE MOON (Theatre Row), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, THE TEMPEST, CLOUD 9, MAD FOREST (Atlantic Theater Co. Stage 2), TUCK EVERLASTING (Playwrights Horizons) FORNICATED FROM THE BEATLES (A.R.T.) MIES JULIE (St Ann’s Warehouse).