Let’s talk about Dramaturgy

It has been 3 months and 19 days since my first day here at Geva Theatre Center as a Literary Intern. Walking in on my first day, I was feeling a number of emotions, from nervous and shy to excited and simply in awe of everything around me. And after writing for the Geva Journal this long, … Continue reading Let’s talk about Dramaturgy

“While we learned a lot from our professional counterparts, we were encouraged to remain true to our choices and voices.”

The following post was written by Bridget Welch, a student at Mendon High School, and a participant in Geva's Stage Door Project: The Diary of Anne Frank. Join us on Thursday, March 15th at 7:30pm on Geva's Wilson Stage as the Mendon High School cast performs their version of The Diary of Anne Frank on the set … Continue reading “While we learned a lot from our professional counterparts, we were encouraged to remain true to our choices and voices.”

“Having access to professionals in the real world, especially as a high school senior, is meaningful.”

The following post was written by Amy Azzara, a student at Mendon High School, and a participant in Geva's Stage Door Project: The Diary of Anne Frank. Join us on Thursday, March 15th at 7:30pm on Geva's Wilson Stage as the Mendon High School cast performs their version of The Diary of Anne Frank on the set … Continue reading “Having access to professionals in the real world, especially as a high school senior, is meaningful.”

TalkBack with Rochester Holocaust Survivor Steven Hess

Here at Geva Theatre Center, we've been able to reach our younger audiences through student matinees and it's been amazing to witness the impact The Diary of Anne Frank has on those who come. Theatre is a tricky beast in that most of the time when an audience leaves the theatre, you never get to know if you hit your mark with … Continue reading TalkBack with Rochester Holocaust Survivor Steven Hess

“Being able to exercise my passion is the most amazing part of it all!”

The following post was written by Bayley Wivell, a student at Mendon High School, and a participant in Geva's Stage Door Project: The Diary of Anne Frank. Join us on Thursday, March 15th at 7:30pm on Geva's Wilson Stage as the Mendon High School cast performs their version of The Diary of Anne Frank on the set … Continue reading “Being able to exercise my passion is the most amazing part of it all!”

Geva Theatre Summer Academy 2017: “Unforgettable, indescribable, and an incredible, truly life-changing experience.”

The Summer Academy is a five-week professional theatre training program for 30 selected young actors, ages 12 to 18, who wish to explore, define, and develop the actor in themselves. Open to students of all levels of theatre experience, Summer Academy provides quality training for the beginning actor, as well as advanced level study for … Continue reading Geva Theatre Summer Academy 2017: “Unforgettable, indescribable, and an incredible, truly life-changing experience.”

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