Select who YOUR pick is to be the next 007. Or you can even add your own option to the mix!
Whitewashing: when characters are written as global majority but are not cast authentically and the roles are given to white actors without changing the character's race to being white. OR when characters are written as global majority and then deliberately changed to being white and given to white actors.
The importance of passing on our history to future generations is one of the highlights from episode 3-2 of Out of the Rehearsal Hall, featuring the Changemakers exhibit at the Rochester Museum and Science Center.
Who are the characters that we assume are completely fictionalized, when in actuality they've been inspired by a real life person?
The latest episode of Out of the Rehearsal Hall features the writer and performer of this season's The Real James Bond...Was Dominican, Christopher Rivas. He is an incredible storyteller in any medium, and in this episode, he talks about the climate crisis and the beauty of this world, Porfirio Rubirosa (inspiration for James Bond) and just how vital it is to see people who look like you in stories that inspire you, and the power of telling stories from the heart. Geva's company manager Angela Giuseppetti co-hosts.
Submit your short play to 2 Pages/2 Voices, an annual new play opportunity in partnership with Writers & Books!
Learn more about the two upcoming Amplify Series conversations inspired by Brian Quijada's WHERE DID WE SIT ON THE BUS? - happening next week!
Learn more about the playwright of Where Did We Sit On the Bus?, Brian Quijada, and his recent work with Geva.
Geva's lead Artist-Educator for Where Did We Sit on the Bus? writes about the complexity of the Latino identity in the United States, inspired by the title of the play.
In the first podcast episode of 2021, we’re thrilled to feature a conversation with playwright/director/producer, Chay Yew. We’ll all have an opportunity to see his work as a director this winter, with his direction of Brian Quijada’s Where Did We Sit on the Bus? And long-time Geva audiences may remember the production of Naomi Iizuka’s 36 Views, which Chay also directed. Pirronne Yousefzadeh joins Jenni Werner for this inspirational conversation that really focuses on the ways in which we can all open doors for others to follow us, and create opportunities for the next generation to grow and succeed.