Designing and Acting for The Stage Door Project

This post is the fifth 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 Designing and Acting for The Stage Door Project

Backstage Guests…and More! #Mockingbird

A special treat today - Maggie Symington, a member of Geva's Board of Trustees, wrote on her own blog about her experience seeing our production of To Kill a Mockingbird not once, but three times - in a row. Maggie was an audience member at an evening performance, attended a student matinee and also watched the … Continue reading Backstage Guests…and More! #Mockingbird

Roses and Newspapers

This post is the fourth 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 Roses and Newspapers

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

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]

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