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Starting October 27th, we begin the season with Recognition Radio: An Audio Play Festival Celebrating Black Voices – an eclectic, first-of-its-kind endeavor for Geva. These 4 plays will be specially adapted for an intimate and immersive listening experience. Just $17 each or $60 for all four, with purchased access, you will receive, via email, a link to a high quality stream that can be played on any device browser.  For further  information about these digital audio productions and to purchase, visit our Recognition Radio pages.


Feeding Beatrice

In order to afford the large suburban home they’ve dreamt about, June and Lurie agree to live on a diet of bread and margarine for the foreseeable future. Even the arrival of a mysterious houseguest won’t dampen their excitement at being homeowners – that is until the strange intruder’s innocent requests turn into vicious demands. As the couple becomes increasingly haunted by her presence, they are confronted with the unforeseen realities of life in an  all-White neighborhood and the true cost of the American Dream.


Written by Kirsten Greenidge     

Directed by Daniel J. Bryant

Sound Designer: David Kelepha Samba

Dramaturg: Francisca Da Silveira



The Bleeding Class

In this pointedly witty – and oh so timely – socio-political thriller, a Dominican-American escort from the Bronx and a Black doctor try to save the world from the sudden outbreak of a deadly plague. With political tensions running high and everyone desperate for an immediate cure, how many rules will be broken, and who will get hurt in the process?


Written by Chisa Hutchinson    

Directed by Jade King Carroll

Music & Sound Design by Justin Ellington    

Dramaturg: Theresa M. Davis


we are continuous

Ora and her son Simon are close: she thinks about him and he calls, he knows that she’s always got his back. They’ve even mostly managed to weather Simon’s coming out. But will his HIV diagnosis be their undoing? By turns intimate, funny, and hopeful, we are continuous explores how
people can change and how love can evolve.


Written by Harrison David Rivers

Directed by  Mikael Burke

Sound Designer: Christie Chiles Twillie

Dramaturg: Otis Ramsey-Zöe


The Resurrection of Michelle Morgan

In 2017, playwright Christina Anderson imagined herself in a not-too-distant American future, working 10 gigs just to (barely) get by. When a harrowing experience leaves her disillusioned with an art form she once loved, she turns to her partner Alex and the larger community for refuge. But a surprise commission for a new play reminds her of what she’s lost, and what she must do to heal age-old wounds and reclaim her voice.

Written by Christina Anderson   

Directed by Robbie McCauley

Sound Designer: Larry Fowler   

Dramaturg: Pascale Florestal