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News

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Fall, 2019

Later this fall, I’ll be traveling down to Miami, FL as part of an awesome ensemble of actor/musicians with The House Theatre’s co-production of Kitty Hawk. More details to come!

Winter, 2020

Late Winter of 2019 I am excited to announce I will be playing George in The Trance Theatre’s production of The Third Richard! Details coming soon.

Early in 2020, I’ll be traveling back to Virginia Stage Company as John Willoughby/John Dashwood in their production of Kate Hamill’s adaptation of Sense & Sensibility. Tickets available HERE.

Press

Performances are strong throughout, but dashing Ian Geers stands out brightly as the brooding Constantine.
— Kym Reinstadler, Encore Michigan
Geers manages to create a character who teeters back and forth from protagonist to antagonist, hero to villain. He is at once sympathetic and then falls from grace with the speed of Shakespeare’s later tragic heroes.
— Bridgette Redman, Encore Michigan
Geers gives him an innocence and gentleness that makes him sympathetic and adds authenticity... he’s shown us how the Duke has grown from who he was to who he is.
— Bridgette Redman, Encore Michigan
The cast’s spare, haunting, men’s chorus harmonies – marvelously led by Killer Angels’ Troubadour Ian Geers – were among my favorite moments of the show.
— Jenn McKee, Pulp
As Hal, Ian Geers’ noteworthy performance emphasizes the awkwardness of a young mathematician caught between hero worship of his departed professor and his desires to further his relationship with Catherine.
— Becca Chung, theatreinchicagoreviews.com
It is hilarious to see him switch between all the various accents.
— Ada Grey, Ada Grey Reviews for You

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