A self-portrait of Donald Davis '46 drawn sometime in his early acting career. Donald attended SAC from 1941 to 1946, and during his time at school began to blossom into a talented actor. The school play "Henry VIII" in 1942 was specifically written for Davis. After graduating, Donald and his brother Murray and sister Barbara Chilcott founded the Straw Hat Players as Canada's only professional summer theatre festival. They later started the Crest Theatre which was hailed as the best repertory companies in North America. Donald first gained fame for protraying the titular character of the play "Krapp's Last Tape" which won him an Obie Award for Best Actor, and later went on to star in several stage plays, radio, and television shows in Canada.