Davie-Blue is an actress, writer and performance artist with over 15 years of experience in dramatic imagination leadership. She is a graduate of Scripps College with a degree in Performing Arts + Activism, Education focus.
She acted in and co-wrote Sundance feature Bass Backwards (2010) with Linas Phillips and performed her own solo show Pleasure Fancy at the REDCAT theatre in Downtown L.A.
Davie-Blue can be seen in indie films, performance art, stage productions and television. She co-starred in cult Duplass feature Manson Family Vacation starring Jay Duplass and in Craig Johnson’s 2009 feature True Adolescents (Mark Duplass, Melissa Leo).
Davie-Blue can be seen in Lynn Shelton’s MTV series $5 Dollar Cover, Seattle and is currently on the HBO show Room 104 produced by Mark and Jay Duplass.
In 2007, Davie-Blue wrote her thesis on improvisation and imagination as methods for global community healing. Her thesis included a practicum at the Claremont Community Day School in which previously expelled students participated in an Improv for Empathy curriculum. This study, and through its many iterations, blossomed into what is now Enchanted Children.
Davie-Blue has taught her unique form of healing and mindfulness through imagination and play in Seattle, New York and Los Angeles. She works with children and adults, carrying enchantment from preschools to med schools to leadership institutes.