Stage Door Graphic Design

This post is the third in a series of guest posts from our 2016 Stage Door Project students at Rochester’s own School of the Arts! In case you missed the Stage Door Project: To Kill a Mockingbird introductory post that explains the exciting details of this year’s Stage Door Project and what all the students involved in this partnership … Continue reading Stage Door Graphic Design

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Monday [or, A Ham’s Work Is Never Done]

This article is by guest author, Jessica Pautler, Geva’s resident Costume Crafts Artist. Costume Crafts are the non-clothing costume pieces, including neckwear, shoes, hats, jewelry & other accessories, as well as armor, helmets, & wings. Additionally the Costume Crafts include fabric modification, such as dyeing, painting, & distressing; and the use of non-fabric materials, such as … Continue reading Monday [or, A Ham’s Work Is Never Done]

Daily War Times

Just like athletes and musicians, actors often need to do a warm-up routine in order to perform their best. Depending on the actor and the demands of the show, that may involve physical stretches, vocal exercises, and/or some quiet time to focus. Over the past couple of weeks I've had the chance to observe Kyle Hatley … Continue reading Daily War Times

Cast-to-Cast

This post is the second in a series of guest posts from our 2016 Stage Door Project students at Rochester’s own School of the Arts! In case you missed the Stage Door Project: To Kill a Mockingbird introductory post that explains the exciting details of this year’s Stage Door Project and what all the students involved in this … Continue reading Cast-to-Cast

Watching Characters Develop

This post is the first in a series of guest posts from our 2016 Stage Door Project students at Rochester's own School of the Arts! In case you missed the Stage Door Project: To Kill a Mockingbird introductory post that explains the exciting details of this year's Stage Door Project and what all the students involved in … Continue reading Watching Characters Develop

The Stage Door Project: To Kill a Mockingbird

One eagerly anticipated highlight of Geva’s season this year is our upcoming production of To Kill a Mockingbird. As one of the many ways in which we are choosing to involve the Rochester community in this production, we have invited high school students and educators from Rochester’s own School of the Arts (SOTA) to participate in The Stage … Continue reading The Stage Door Project: To Kill a Mockingbird