Behind Every Great Female Lawyer Is… by Meghan McGuire

Geva Theatre Center is honored to produce the world premiere production of Jamie Pachino‘s play Other Than Honorable, directed by Kimberly Senior. We invited Meghan McGuire, a commercial litigation attorney at Nixon Peabody to attend a rehearsal and the very first performance of the play on our stage. Here's how she reacted after seeing the play.

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Empowerment Through Our Struggles by Iskra Bonanno

We invited Iskra Bonanno, associate at Harter, Secrest and Emery LLP to attend a rehearsal and the very first performance of the play on our stage of Jamie Pachino's play Other Than Honorable. Here are some of her thoughts about the relevance of this story in her own life and work.

A Cohort watches the show from the booth

"Wednesday night I did a cool thing. Jenn Lyons, the Stage Manager for "Little Shop of Horrors" at Geva allowed me to sit over her shoulder with a headset and to experience how theater takes place. If it wasn't for the stage manager, the actors would still be sitting in the green room and the … Continue reading A Cohort watches the show from the booth

From the Cohort Club: Geva’s Ripples by Meredith Reiniger

Cohort Report 25 January 2015 Meredith Reiniger Geva’s ripples. Geva tossed a stone into the pool. The first professional theatre to create a Cohort Club, Geva has gained attention across the land with their unique connection to their community. I knew I would be fascinated by the whole process. I had not expected to fall … Continue reading From the Cohort Club: Geva’s Ripples by Meredith Reiniger

Let’s Hear it for the Lady Who Lunches — Everybody Rise! by James McCusker

A Cohort Club Blog Post by James McCusker 7 January 2015 "A single piece of modern furniture changes everything. Stick an Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman into your living room and suddenly that overstuffed La-Z-Boy now needs to be replaced with a Nelson Marshmallow couch. Out goes Uncle Charlie’s yard sale coffee table and in comes a … Continue reading Let’s Hear it for the Lady Who Lunches — Everybody Rise! by James McCusker

“We walked through the plan for eating people with puppets.”

Cohort report #2 LSOH   by Meredith Reiniger 5 January 2015  "Geva Theatre. Show time. I feel the magic. House lights bright, I take my subscription seat, ready for transportations. The set shouts “LOOK at spectacular me! Look for my messages.”  Soon darkness hides my present; I willingly suspend disbelief to become the proverbial little mouse … Continue reading “We walked through the plan for eating people with puppets.”

“You Know the Meek are Gonna Get What’s Comin’ to’ Em” By James McCusker

"You Know the Meek are Gonna Get What’s Comin’ to’ Em" By James McCusker 28 and 29 December 2014 Stephen Sondheim’s maxim “content dictates form” comes into play when constructing a production of any musical. But questions about the proper form can arise with content-crazy musicals such as The Rocky Horror Show, Batboy: The Musical or … Continue reading “You Know the Meek are Gonna Get What’s Comin’ to’ Em” By James McCusker