Garrett Davis

Garrett Davis

Garrett Davis has been called one of the most prolific, anointed talents in urban theater and named “Funniest Playwright” by NAACP. Mr. Davis’ plays entertain but also have a purpose, bringing real-life situations to the stage and combining faith-inspired messages with entertainment, education and awareness. In 2010 he began developing an idea to allow one of his most poignant works to become a means for communicating to diverse audiences about Alzheimer’s disease, with his production of Forget Me Not. Mr. Davis realizes the power of the arts to reach out to audiences with understanding about complicated issues such as Alzheimer’s and the value of grassroots community involvement. As a result, he has developed the Forget Me Not Project to raise the awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in all communities. Mr. Davis joins the African American Network Against Alzheimer’s as a Founder.