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Chayton Pabich Danyla

Actor | Writer 

Performance Artist


About Chayton

a multi-hyphenate performance artist.

Chayton is a creator and advocate originally from Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated with honors from Yale University in 2021 with a B.A in Theater and Performance Studies. While at Yale, he studied Acting, Modern Dance, Playwriting, and Musical Theater under the Shen Curriculum.


Chayton is an award-winning performer. Upon graduating Yale, Chayton won the Stanton Wheeler and Marcia Chambers Awards for outstanding contributions to the arts though his solo-work, most notably his thesis performance: FLORES CAÍDOS.

Chayton is also a proud alumnus of the Georgia Governors Honor's Program for Theater Performance (2016). He has been a student, teacher and practitioner of the performing arts all his life, creating work that investigates the untold stories of his communities. Chayton is devoted to bringing the traditionally underrepresented stories to the stage and screen.


His solo-work has focused on Love, Loss, Queer Magic, Latinx heritage, Identity, and the challenges of navigating politically fraught worlds.

In another life, Chayton was an evolutionary biologist who specialized in genetics and researched some Lophotrochozoa. As much as he tries, he cannot escape his background in STEM.

You can stay connected with Chayton via their Instagram @Falconchay, or subscribing to their Newsletter

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Recent Work

Chayton will premiere his new Solo performance play, STRINGS ATTACHED, June 19th & 21st at Out Front Theatre Company's inaugural Lavender Fest. More Details

In late 2023 Chayton performed as part of the Keynote's presentation at a conference at the Mountain Retreat and Learning Center in Highlands, North Carolina.


In May, Chayton acted in Horizon Theatre's 2023 Mainstage production, SUPPORT GROUP FOR MEN


In 2022, Chayton served as the Social Media Strategist for Stacey Abrams and her 2022 gubernatorial campaign in Georgia. And embodied the starring role as Orlando in 7th Annual Rome Shakespeare Festival's exploration of Shakespeare's As You Like It

In 2021, Chayton graduated Yale University, and was in-(virtual) residence for Horizon Theatre's 23rd New South Young Playwrights Festival. As well as a featured dancer in the Yale Dance Lab's Spring 2021 video project, directed by Renée Robinson.

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