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Genesius Theatre

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Jane Simmon Miller dreamed of a theater group where young people could participate, learn and grow in every aspect of show production. In 1971 she founded Genesius Theatre, first in a storefront at 711 Penn St, and then in 1974 at our own building at 153 N. 10th St.
Founded in 1971 by Jane Simmon Miller and Michael O'Flaherty, Genesius Theatre is named after Saint Genesius, Patron Saint of Actors.
We believe that the best theatre is an experience of living and feeling, changing and growing, challenging and becoming. We trust in the power of this inspiring and dynamic medium to transform the artists who create it, the audiences who enjoy it, and the patrons who support it. We exist to produce and present entertainment in all phases of the performing arts that entertains audiences, educates and trains artists,
nurtures emerging art, and enriches the cultural community for people of all ages in Berks County.

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