John Henry Davis serves on the board of directors and is the Program Director of the Relational Medicine Foundation. He is a director of theatre, opera, film and television, as well as a dramaturg, playwright, and novelist. Mr. Davis is Professor Emeritus at LaGuardia Community College, having been a full professor there for many years. He has also taught at NYU and Vassar.
In theatre, he is known for directing premieres of new plays and musicals in theatres all across the country, including Playwrights Horizons, The Mark Taper Forum, the Kennedy Center, The International City Theatre in Long Beach, The Odyssey Theatre, Dallas Theatre Center, The Philadelphia Drama Guild, and Baltimore Center Stage. Mr. Davis directed the world premiere productions of the plays Papa and Mountain starring Len Cariou for tour and Off-Broadway and directed the workshop production of Conrad Cumming’s opera The Golden Gate at Rose Studio in New York as well as multiple productions of Babes in Toyland at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center. He has also produced and directed many documentaries, including Broken Mirrors. In television and film, he has directed “Oz” for HBO, a pilot for Bravo, and the award-winning feature film “Ordinary Sinner”.
For the foundation, he has produced and directed several documentaries, including Medicine as a Relational Act. In the theatre, John Henry produced and directed Catherine Wheel and Night Float at Playwright’s Horizon in New York. He co-wrote Waiting Room with Vanda Monaco, and produced and directed it at UCLA’s Tamkin Auditorium, along with Catherine Wheel.
John Henry Davis is also a playwright and novelist. His latest novel is eM: The Beginning. Mr. Davis is the husband of Game Show Network television executive Amy Introcaso-Davis, and is the proud father of Sean, Bonnie, and Christopher.