They say fortune favors the brave, and they also say that fortune favors the prepared mind (although that doesn't sound as poetic...). As I think about writer/director Deborah Zoe Laufer's play Fortune, running on Geva's Fielding Stage from Oct. 4-21, both phrases feel somehow appropriate. It takes courage to reinvent yourself artistically, and artists are continually … Continue reading A FORTUNE-ate Interview…
With Hair running on the Wilson Stage and the Fringe Festival on the Fielding Stage, Geva's Rehearsal Hall is being prepped for the beginning of Thurgood rehearsals, which start next week. This play, written by George Stevens, Jr., is a tour de force for one actor, as the audience engages directly with former Supreme Court justice Thurgood … Continue reading Introducing THURGOOD
Tara Lake describes the inspiration for and creation of her show I Know It Was the Blood: The Totally True Adventures of a Newfangled Black Woman.
Here's a bit about what to expect from this year's collaboration between choreographers Heather Roffe and James Hansen, Merged VI.
Director, choreographer, and Rochester native Daniel Gwirtzman shares the story of creating his show Encore and bringing it to theatres, schools, and outdoor stages around New York City, the state, and the world.
Rochester native Megan Loomis's tells the story of creating and performing her inspired-by-real-life one-woman show The Girl in the Band
Director and choreographer Curtis Stedge explains his interest in dance-theater and shares some of the ideas that inspired Invoking Justice.