Carvin Eison on Reenergizing the Legacy of Frederick Douglass

Rallying a city around an initiative is no small undertaking, but when Filmmaker and RCTV General Manager Carvin Eison looked around in 2017 and discovered no consolidated plan for the celebration and commemoration of the 200th Birthday of Frederick Douglass, … Continued

Geva’s Skip Greer on the Collaboration Behind Play Direction

About three years ago, I interviewed Skip Greer, Director of Education/Artist in Residence at Geva Theatre Center. At that time, he was directing The Mountaintop, a play about Martin Luther King Jr.’s imagined last night on earth. During that interview, he … Continued

Review: Geva Theatre’s Marvelous Wondrettes

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Geva Theatre’s Marvelous Wonderettes is a grand romp through the music of the 50’s and 60’s. Created by Roger Bean in the recent, yet grand tradition of Mama Mia, Jersey Boys, and On Your Feet, this is a juke box … Continued