In response to recent state and federal mandates restricting gatherings, we have cancelled or postponed all shows scheduled through the end of this season.
While this deeply saddens us, we know it is essential in order to protect our community. We are grateful to our patrons and supporters for showing us such incredible patience and generosity as this crisis has unfolded.
Streaming of Once and Cry It Out
Starting this week, we will be providing an exclusive opportunity to view streaming video of our recently-closed productions of Once and Cry It Out on Vimeo. All those who take advantage of this offer will also receive 50% OFF an annual subscription to Broadway HD, the preeminent source of live theatre online! Check back here for details, coming soon!
Other Affected Productions
Because of the pandemic, we have suspended rehearsals and production of our upcoming world premiere of Looks Like Pretty. We were halfway through rehearsals last weekend when we had to shut down. It is our sincere hope that this health crisis ebbs enough by midsummer to present this Rochester story to you. Please hold onto your tickets for now, and we will communicate new dates as soon as they are set.
Our Fielding Stage production of Where Did We Sit on the Bus?, to have begun in late April, will be re-scheduled for another time in the next year. Again, hold onto your tickets and we will let you know when we are able to bring this exciting production to Rochester.
For both of these shows, the Box Office has a record of your seats so don’t fret if you lose them in the interim. Please avoid calling the box office during the next few weeks as we are moving to remote access and they are a bit overwhelmed with calls right now.
Unfortunately, our ability to produce Vietgone, this season’s final planned show, has been compromised by this shut down to the extent that we have to cancel it outright. We are unable to produce it before the new season in September.
We are calling upon your good graces to please donate your Vietgone tickets back to Geva. Subscription revenue is our lifeblood. It is critical to our existence. Your donation is a way of showing support to our talented and passionate artisans, technicians and craftspeople.
Announcing our Next Season!
We are thrilled to share with you details about our upcoming 2020-2021 season.
Geva is extremely fortunate to have the largest and most devoted audience base of any non-profit, professional, regional theatre in the country. Thank you for your continued support and understanding during this evolving situation. If you have any urgent questions, please contact the box office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please continue to check back here and on our Facebook page for ongoing updates.