Emma Geer

 

Emma is a 23 year old actress living in New York City.  She was born in New York city, raised in Madison, Wisconsin and educated in Winston-Salem, North Carolina only to return full circle to NYC. She holds a BFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and is signed with the BRS/Gage agency.

 

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Emma is thrilled to be playing annie scott in the price of thomas scott by elizabeth baker at mint theater company. it will be directed by jonathan bank, artistic director. runs january 24th -march 24th, 2019. She is so excited to return to one of her favorite new york theaters for this beautiful play.

Emma played MAry page marlowe (age 19) in the new york premiere of mary page marlowe by tracy letts (Pulitzer prize, tony award for best play and tony award for best actor)  at second stage Theater. It was directed by Lila NEUGEBAUER, an Obie, Drama Desk, and Princess Grace Award-winning director. it featured Tatiana Maslany (Emmy Winner, Golden Globe Nomination), Blair Brown (Tony Award) and Susan Pourfar (obie award). It began June 19th, 2018.

emma had her television debut on elementary (cbs) in august, 2018she played tara keane, a young graduate student who discovers the body of her boyfriend and is suspected of the crime. Directed by Jon Michael hill.

Emma played Beatrice in Hindle wakes by Stanley Houghton at Mint Theater company off broadway from December 22nd- February 18th 2018.  It was directed by Gus kaikkonen and performed at the clurman theater at theater row.

emma played NEdda Lemon in where has tommy flowers gone at workshop theater, November-December 2017. It was directed by laura braza.

Emma Played bec in 4,000 Miles by Amy Herzog at Shakespeare and Company from May 25th- July 16th, 2017. It was directed by Nicole Ricciardi, and featured Annette miller, Greg Boover and Zoë Laiz. this beautiful play was a Pulitzer prize finalist and winner of the 2012 obie award for best New play.

Emma had HER OFF BROADWAY DEBUT at lincoln center Theater understudying the role of Jenna in How to transcend a happy marriage by sarah Ruhl (Two time Pulitzer Prize nominee). It was Directed by Tony Winner Rebecca Taichman. It featured Tony winner Lena Hall and Oscar winner Marisa Tomei.

EMma played Molly aster in Peter and the starcatcher at Smithtown Performing arts center. The show opened January 14th 2017 and ran through February 11th 2017.

Emma had her professional Debut at THE NATIONAL PLAYWRIGHTS CONFERENCE at THE EUGENE O'NEILL THEATRE CENTER in UP THE HILL by Keith Huff, directed by Will Frears. July 2016.

 

 

 

...we are thrown back to 1965, in which the heartbreakingly fresh-faced Emma Geer plays her at 19.” -Jesse Green, The New York Times.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/12/theater/review-mary-page-marlowe-tracy-letts-tatiana-maslany.html

”The film focuses on the classic setup of William having a crush on one friend, Alexa, but a close previously platonic relationship with a girl reveals to be a more ideal partner, played by Emma Geer, a natural performer in an otherwise unforgiving style.
-Review of In The Treetops, 2015, By Jack Moulton, Awards Circuit


I make special mention of young Emma Geer, a 2016 graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts, who brings light and love to the admirable Beatrice, who manages to get through to Jeremy Beck’s “Alan Jeffcote” deliciously but firmly enough to help him grow up. The entire cast is first-rate, but Ms. Geer particularly caught my eye. All in all, this production is a big feather in the cap of the Mint Theater.
— Review of Hindle Wakes, 2018, By Richard Seff , DC Metro Theater Arts
 
Alissa — smart, lovely and good-natured... played by the especially compelling Emma Geer
— Review of In The Treetops, 2015, By The Hollywood Reporter

 PRODUCTION PHOTO FROM   IN THE TREETOPS.    WORLD PREMIERE AT THE LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL. 2015   

PRODUCTION PHOTO FROM IN THE TREETOPS.  WORLD PREMIERE AT THE LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL. 2015

 

 
 
Fittingly, the two standouts are Matthew Brown and the group’s only female friend, Emma Geer, as Alissa. Brown’s film honestly feels tailor made for the pair, who can evoke the story’s ideas without even talking to each other – much like in real life, things are being said when they aren’t, and it’s one of the film’s greatest assets.
— Review of In the Treetops, 2015, By CROME YELLOW, SALG

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