Skip Greer (Erik Blake) serves as artist in residence and director of education at Geva Theatre Center. For Geva he has acted in To Killa Mockingbird (Atticus Finch), Clybourne Park (Russ/Dan), You Can’t Take It With You (Paul Sycamore), Superior Donuts (Arthur Przybyszewski), The Music Man (Mayor Shinn), Evie’s Waltz (Clay), Hamlet (Ghost, Player King), 1776 (John Hancock), House and Garden (Giles), Art (Serge), Twelve Angry Men (Juror #1), A Girl’s Life (Ken), Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (Alexander), The Illusion (Alcandre), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Sagot), and State of the Union (Spike McManus). Directing credits at Geva include the world premiere of Hard Cell; Steel Magnolias; Red; Last Gas; On Golden Pond; Over the Tavern; Almost, Maine; the world premiere of The House in Hydesville; American Buffalo; the world premiere of Key West; Death of a Salesman; Lobby Hero; Below the Belt; The Weir; Women Who Steal; Beast on the Moon; The Triumph of Love, and Geometric Digression of the Species (for the 2000 Fielding Nextstage opening). Regional credits include seven seasons in the resident acting company of Sacramento Theatre Company, San Jose Repertory Company, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, American Conservatory Theatre, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts, and Garry Marshall’s Falcon Theatre in Los Angeles where he directed Jack Klugman, Charles Durning, and Paul Dooley in Carter Lewis’ Golf With Alan Shepard. Film and TV credits include Bloodhounds, L.A. Law, and VR5. Mr. Greer has toured Europe, Africa, Indonesia, New Zealand, Australia, and the Cook Islands teaching and performing.