Jove Graham (President) received his B.A. in Theatre Studies from Swarthmore College, has worked behind the scenes or onstage at People’s Light & Theatre Company (Malvern, PA), Montgomery Playhouse (Gaithersburg, MD), Bucknell University, and is a graduate of the Arden Theatre Company’s APA professional apprenticeship program (Philadelphia, PA) with an emphasis in marketing and production. He has appeared in several MACT and RiverStage productions and has directed 7 mainstage shows including Pirates of Penzance and Wonder of the World. He works as a researcher for Geisinger Health System.
Sarah Bell (Treasurer) became interested in theatre as a youngster in Lenox, MA when her church put on several productions of two plays written and directed by William Gibson. After volunteering, and then working, in many roles at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox throughout her teen years, she decided to study theatre and received her Bachelor degrees in Theatre and Management at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. She started off as a Box Office Manager for Nickerson Theatre, south of Boston, but soon started working (and still does) in higher education as a counselor and administrator. She enjoyed her experiences in college and community theatre productions in Bloomington, Indiana, Titusville, PA, and Morris, MN until 1998 and (very gratefully) became involved again when RiverStage started up in 2012. Most recently, she was seen on stage as Mrs. Lynde in Anne of Green Gables.
Stefan Eisenhower (Technical Director). Graduate of Shikellamy High School. Served in PA Army National Guard from 2008-2014. Has worked lighting and sound both in theatre and film production. Theatres include: Shikellamy High School Theatre, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, Gaspipe Theatre Company and Riverstage Community Theatre. Film Production: Fist in Post Films and Elephant Trunk Films.
Derek Scott. Derek Scott is a co-founder of the Gaspipe Theatre Company and has been directing, acting, writing and producing theatre in the Susquehanna Valley for over 15 years. For RiverStage, he has directed A Raisin In the Sun, several one-act plays, and most recently A Streetcar Named Desire.
Trey Casimir is a Lewisburg native, teacher, author and owner of Trey Casimir Acupuncture & Exercise. He worked with professional dance companies in New York City for 15 years, and since returning to Lewisburg in 2003 has been very active in the community. At RiverStage, he leads many community outreaching and development efforts, and has served as producer for A Lewisburg Victorian Nutcracker since its inception.
YOU?!?! Do you have an interest in the theatre? A special skill, a talent, or just creative energy? We are always looking for motivated, interested people to join us… use the “Contact Us” form to get in touch today!