Georginna Feyst News

 
Birth Place:
Overland Park, KS
Bio:
Actor and Producer, Georginna Feyst, graduated from University of Washington with a B.S. in Mathematical Statistics. Upon graduation, she began a corporate IT career in Detroit Michigan, which she advanced for over a decade. As she grew professionally and interpersonally, Georginna went back to ... (read more)
 

Birth Place: Overland Park, KS

Bio:
Actor and Producer, Georginna Feyst, graduated from University of Washington with a B.S. in Mathematical Statistics. Upon graduation, she began a corporate IT career in Detroit Michigan, which she advanced for over a decade. As she grew professionally and interpersonally, Georginna went back to ... (read more)
Review: NO EXIT by Jean-Paul Sartre Offers an Inside Look at Existentialist HellReview: NO EXIT by Jean-Paul Sartre Offers an Inside Look at Existentialist Hell
by Shari Barrett - Mar 25, 2018

Real Art Daily Productions (RADProd) is a new company that produces both film and theatre productions. With concentrated study and education in both classical music and theatre, Georginna Feyst, CEO and Executive Producer, whose reverence for fine art, cinema, theatre and other forms of storytelling let her to select probably one of the most definitive and difficult plays, Jean-Paul Sartre's 1944 existentialist play, NO EXIT, as the company's kick off production. In it, three strangers are locked together by a Bellboy in what they assume is hell (since all know they have recently died). Expecting but not receiving any physical torture to occupy them, they are forced to simply exist with each other without any hope of escape from the room, each other, and worst of all - themselves. It is a 100-minute examination of the futility of life. (more...)

Real Art Daily Production's Kick Off Production Of Jean Paul Sartre's NO EXITReal Art Daily Production's Kick Off Production Of Jean Paul Sartre's NO EXIT
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2018

Real Art Daily Productions (RADProd)  proudly presents our company's kick off production, Jean-Paul Sartre's 1944 existentialist play, No Exit. Three strangers are locked together in a belligerently distasteful  room for eternity. Without the expected torture to occupy them, they are forced to simply exist. There is no escape: from the room, each other, and worst of all themselves. With a set design inspired by Bauhaus style and German Expressionism, we aim to immerse the audience into the characters' claustrophobic world. Join us for a bout of existential absurdity! (more...)