A FORTUNE-ate Interview…

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…

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A Weekend Spent in PANORAMA

This weekend I was able to witness what it was like to see a show in the very beginning of its life, beginning with a piece that is seldom thought of in the creation of it all, the script.

Meet IN THE HEIGHTS Choreographer Julio Agustin

Choreographer Julio Agustin joins Geva Theatre Center for our first production of the 2017-2018 season, In the Heights! Julio has performed on Broadway in some excellent shows you may be familiar with - including Chicago and the revival of Bells Are Ringing, in addition to appearing in the original Broadway companies of Fosse, Never Gonna Dance, Steel Pier, and Women on … Continue reading Meet IN THE HEIGHTS Choreographer Julio Agustin

Opening Night – From the Actors’ Point of View

Have you ever wondered what goes through an actor's mind on opening night? Nora Cole, who wrote and performed in Katherine's Colored Lieutenant shares exactly that, in this blog, written as part of her Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship, which allowed Nora to spend the last two years researching and writing this fascinating story. As part of that … Continue reading Opening Night – From the Actors’ Point of View

Talking about Thrills and Chills

Wait Until Dark opened this past weekend, and it's every bit the thriller I remembered from the movies! I talked with director David Ira Goldstein during rehearsals, and asked him a few questions about the process. JW: This is the second time you’ve directed at Geva – the first was 2005’s A Marvelous Party: The … Continue reading Talking about Thrills and Chills

A New Home for Geva’s Artists

When Geva brings in artists - actors, designers, directors, choreographers, etc. - they stay in Geva's artist housing, which is about to get an exciting new upgrade! On Monday, property owner/investor Eduard Nakhamkin and developers Patrick Dutton and Luke Dutton announced that they have partnered with Geva Theatre Center and are developing one of the … Continue reading A New Home for Geva’s Artists