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Geva Theatre Center

Founded in 1972, Geva Theatre Center is a not-for-profit, professional theatre company dedicated to creating and producing professional theatre productions, programs and services of a national standard. As Rochester’s leading professional theatre, Geva Theatre Center is the most attended regional theatre in the Northeast US, and one of the 25 most subscribed in the country, serving up to 160,000 patrons annually, including more than 16,000 students.The 526-seat Elaine P. Wilson Stage is home to a wide variety of performances, from musicals to American and world classics. The 180-seat Ron & Donna Fielding Stage is home to Geva’s own series of contemporary drama, comedy and musical theatre; Geva Comedy Improv; Geva’s New Play Reading Series and the Hornet’s Nest - an innovative play-reading series facilitating community-wide discussion on controversial topics. In addition, the Fielding Stage hosts visiting companies of both local and international renown. Geva Theatre Center offers a wide variety of educational, outreach and literary programs, nurturing audiences and artists alike. Since 1995, the organization has been under the artistic direction of Mark Cuddy. 

April 3, 2020 - April 15, 2020

We miss seeing you all at the theater – but now, for the first time ever, you can see a Geva production on video from the comfort of your home! In a first for Geva, streaming access to CRY IT OUT are

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until April 25, 2020

In 1963 in a lab at Kodak Park, Charlie Reynolds is testing the newest color film technology. When Gloria, a new African American employee at Kodak, questions the authenticity of color in the film,

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April 3, 2020 - April 15, 2020

We miss seeing you all at the theater – but now, for the first time ever, you can see a Geva production on video from the comfort of your home! In a first for Geva, streaming access to ONCE are

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until April 26, 2020

In 1963 in a lab at Kodak Park, Charlie Reynolds is testing the newest color film technology. When Gloria, a new African American employee at Kodak, questions the authenticity of color in the film,

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until April 23, 2020

In 1963 in a lab at Kodak Park, Charlie Reynolds is testing the newest color film technology. When Gloria, a new African American employee at Kodak, questions the authenticity of color in the film,

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