Geva is a member of the League of Resident Theatres and works under an agreement with Actors Equity Association (AEA), the union of professional actors and stage managers. By agreement, most (but not all) adult actors are required to be members of AEA. Geva partners with casting director Karie Koppel of Koppel Casting in New York City for all AEA casting. Please send resumes and headshots to her attention at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local non-union casting is conducted in Rochester by Geva’s artistic staff. General auditions are held annually, prior to the beginning of each new season, at which time local adult actors are invited to present monologues and/or songs. Any actor is eligible to audition every two years at Generals. Check this site for specific audition dates and requirements.
Critical to Geva Theatre Center’s core values is an institutional culture of dignity, trust, and mutual respect. We are committed to upholding the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion in our programming, casting, hiring of guest artists, and recruitment of staff in all departments.
As Rochester’s professional theatre, we take particular responsibility to reflect the community we serve. To that end, for all employment opportunities, we actively encourage applications from women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, and individuals with disabilities. All are welcome here.
Join a first-class group of artists, business and theatre professionals. When openings become available they will be posted here. Geva is Rochester’s premier professional theatre and is an equal opportunity employer.
Career Development Opportunities
Geva Theatre Center provides a variety of opportunities for tomorrow’s artists and leaders to hone their craft alongside our professional staff.
Are you a college student or early-career theatre artist? For information about internships, apprenticeships and fellowships, please contact us to learn more.
We are not looking to fill any staff or overhire positions at this time.