Celebrating Rochester’s LGBTQ+ Community part 4

Over the course of performances for La Cage Aux Folles, our engagement team has highlighted the lives of some of the leaders of Rochester's LGBTQ+ community in our lobby. But if you weren't there every week, you will have missed someone! So this series of blog posts celebrates their contributions. 

Saluting Leaders in Rochester’s LGBTQ+ Community

Over the course of performances for La Cage Aux Folles, our engagement team has highlighted the lives of some of the leaders of Rochester's LGBTQ+ community in our lobby. But if you weren't there every week, you will have missed someone! So this series of blog posts celebrates their contributions. 

An Inside Look at the Making of REVIVAL with Playwright & Director Keith Glover

REVIVAL The Resurrection of Son House has been in the works here at Geva for almost five years now. This electric story about a man’s journey to redemption through heavenly trials and singing the Blues has come a long, ever-evolving, loop-de-looping way from the script it started out as. In the scant free time between … Continue reading An Inside Look at the Making of REVIVAL with Playwright & Director Keith Glover

SMACK TALK

Perhaps unbeknownst to some viewers, The Royale by award-winning writer Marco Ramirez is based on two real-life fighters and a real-life bout that happened in 1910—one that has since gone down in history as the “Fight of the Century.” African American fighter Jack Johnson’s defeat of Canadian Tommy Burns was an affront to turn-of-the-century Jim … Continue reading SMACK TALK

Rolling with the Punches in Marco Ramirez’s ROYALE

The Royale, a play by award-winning Sons of Anarchy and Orange is the New Black writer Marco Ramirez, hits our Fielding stage April 11th and boy does it pack a punch. (Yes, prepare for the boxing puns.) Ramirez has set The Royale’s stage between 1905 and 1910. By the prime of his pugilist-protagonist Jay Jackson’s … Continue reading Rolling with the Punches in Marco Ramirez’s ROYALE