Devin Burnam is a Brooklyn-based writer & performer. He makes theatre for not-theatres and funny movies that are sad. Born in San Francisco and raised along the I-95 corridor between Wilmington, DE and Rockland, ME, he believes in the power of collaborative storytelling based in people and things that society has discarded or overlooked. He is obsessed with climate change and what the global remix is going to do to everyone that survives. He works with Sister Sylvester, MH, and Sea Dog Theatre and runs AbandondGasStation Prods. He believes that if this is the start of a new dark ages, then the storytellers are the monks and nuns in charge of the sacred texts.
He has worked extensively as a collaborative performer, actor, and playwright with Sister Sylvester, Mason Holdings, and Sea Dog Theater. He took a turn in the Matt Watts rom-com "Mutual Friends" and most recently shot "The Reading", written & directed by Nora Jaenicke.
He currently trains in Jon Shear's Take Action Workshop and is a frequent writer and actor with Naked Angels's Tuesdays @9.