Capturing Performance

In celebration of our 40th Anniversary Season, we have created a Geva 2013 wall calendar featuring production photos from past shows.  In compiling this stunning calendar, we went back through years of productions and photographs to put together a stunning piece that captures the essence of Geva. The majority of the photos were taken by our production photographer of two decades, Ken Huth.

Taking production photographs is certainly not the easiest job in the world. Ensuring that photographs tell the story and are in line with the message that we are trying to get across about our productions is no easy task. Capturing an actor when they are not in mid-song or mid-sentence is an art all to itself. Ken has an innate sense of exactly what we need.

Professionally shooting in Rochester NY since 1987, Ken Huth is a Rochester Institute of Technology graduate. He specializes in theatre photography, with over 20 seasons at Geva. Nazareth College Theatre has also had HuthPhoto cover shows for 14 seasons. “Theatre photography is a passion for me. I love to read each script and scramble to capture everything the actors and designers do to make the stories come alive.” Ken also shoots for publications, and has created a team of photographers that travel regionally to cover major galas and multi-day events at He is a sought-after teacher on photo, design and geek topics and has been a featured writer in a national photography publication. You can see Ken’s work at, including years of wonderful Geva shows, and connect via .

We appreciate all that Ken has done for us over the years and we look forward to many more wonderful pictures of our productions in the years to come.

The 40th Anniversary calendar is available at Geva with your donation of $40 towards our Anniversary Fund.


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