Paris Crayton III

Playwright / Actor / Director / Teaching Artist/ Inspirationalist

Reviews and articles

1/10/19 Orlando Sentinel review of Spare the Rod

7/18/18 ARTSATL Review of Radio Golf

8/24/17 Nuvo Review of Spare the Rod  

8/21/17  INDYFRINGE Talks review of Spare the Rod

6/10/17  Jazz WCLK Inteview for Ron McIntyre's "A Piece of My Mind"

5/5/17  Artist Highlight by The Non-Starving Artist

11/18/15   ArtsATL Review of "Brothers of Affliction"  

11/16/15   Article  "One of the most important playwrights of our time"

8/21/15    Atlanta Theatre BUZZ Review of "Mama Bear" Directed by Paris

5/23/15    Analog Artist Review of "Hoodies"

5/19/15    Orlando Sentinel Review of "Hoodies"

5/13/15    ArtsATL Review of "Crazyanity"

5/11/15    Atlanta Journal Constitution Review of "Crazyanity"

2/14/15    PAris stars as Malcolm x in Jeff Stetson's "The Meeting" (VIDEO)

1/16/15    Paris wins Broadway world award for "Worthless" a part of the "Trayvon Martin Project"

11/1/14     Paris Declared "Best Local Playwright" By Creative Loafing Atlanta

10/4/14    Orlando Sentinel Review of "The Trayvon Martin Project"

9/4/14     Artsatl review of "Chainz/Broken"

9/2/14     Atlanta Journal Constitution Review of "Chainz/Broken"

8/23/14    Paris declared "Artist to Watch" by Atlanta Journal Constitution

6/13/14    Artsatl Review of "Levi"

6/9/14     Atlanta Journal Constitution Review of "Levi"

4/26/14    Article Written about Paris

4/3/14      Artsatl review of "The Best Game"

10/4/13    artsatl "30 under 30" artist to watch Featuring Paris

5/19/13    orlando weekly review of "Brothers of Affliction"

5/18/13    Orlando Sentinel review of "Brothers of Affliction" 


Promo video showing one day in the life of Paris as a full-time artist.

Clip of "Because we said so" performed at Tri-cities High school. Written and Directed by Paris Crayton III and Tri-cities students.

Clips from Chainz/Broken is Two 1 Act Plays Written By Paris Crayton III. Directed by Eric Little and Mia Kristin Smith

Trailer for "Brothers of Affliction"  Paris Crayton III wrote, directed, and starred in this production.