Chayton Pabich Danyla
Actor | Playwright | Performance Artist | Advocate
Chayton is actively seeking representation in the ATL, NYC, and LA Markets.
He is currently scouting performance venues in Atlanta and New York for his two latest solo-performance pieces, STRINGS ATTACHED and FLORES CAIDOS.
He is editing and producing a new motion-capture audio-visual work, 149YK.
Chayton is currently recording and producing a debut album.
Chayton served as the Social Media Strategist for Stacey Abrams and her 2022 gubernatorial campaign in Georgia.
Starring role as Orlando in 7th Annual Rome Shakespeare Festival's performance of Shakespeare's As You Like It, June, 2022.
Chayton was in-(virtual) residence for Horizon Theatre's 23rd New South Young Playwrights Festival. June 2021 AJC
He was a featured dancer in the Yale Dance Lab's Spring 2021 video project, directed by Renée Robinson.
Lorca, et al. | Oct 15 – 17, 2020 | Digitally Published in 2023
Chayton was a Marshall in Ni'ja Whitson's 2021 Yale Dance Lab Commission, Black Parades. Queer Magics.
Just Give Me One Half Hour With My Mother - Dixon Place / Noho Center for the Arts
Technical Director and Technical Designer | Aug 29, 2020
THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION - Rosalind Bentley
June 28, 2021
Interview for Horizon Theatre's Young Playwrights Festival, featuring new play Sycamore Roots.
YALE DAILY NEWS - Maia Decker
Apr. 21, 2021
Interview following performance at the third annual All-Nighter Music and Arts Festival.
Apr 19 2021
Interview following Artist collaboration with The Wandering.
YALE DAILY NEWS INTERVIEW with WEI-TING SHIH
Oct 19, 2020
Chayton talks Lorca, Love, and Death in his new solo-performance show Flores caídos
YALE ADMISSIONS BLOG - Cassandra Hsaio
Apr 3, 2019
Behind the scenes to Sonder festival of One-Act plays
a multi-hyphenate artist.
Chayton graduated 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.
For his work as an actor during his time at Yale, and for his work in Solo Performance, FLORES CAÍDOS, Chayton recieved the won the Stanton Wheeler and Marcia Chambers Award for outstanding contributions to the arts.
Chayton is a proud alumnus of the Georgia Governors Honor's Program for Theater Performance (2016). He has been a student and practitioner of the performing arts all his life, creating and performing work that investigates the untold stories of a community. Chayton is devoted to bringing the traditionally underrepresented stories to the stage.
His solo-work has focused on Love, Loss, Queer Magic, 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.