From left: Lighting Designer Seth Reiser, Erin Urbaniak ’21, Jeff Larson, Kathryn Kearny ’20, Eric Nahm ’21, Abby Kaplan ’19, Maddy Howe ’22, and Paul Turner ’20.

A group of theatre students recently visited the Geva Theatre in Rochester, N.Y., for the world premiere of The Magician’s Daughter.  The students were accompanied by Resident Designer and Production Manager for Theatre Jeff Larson.

The scenic design for the production was by Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre Sara Walsh, and the lights were designed by Seth Reiser, a former visiting artist in the Theatre Department.

After the performance, the group met with met with Reiser for a Q&A session about the show.

The Magician’s Daughter was written by Lila Rose Kaplan and directed by Shelley Butler.

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