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Summer 2019 Production: "Feiffer's People"




June 21st and 22nd 2019


A play by Jules Feiffer, directed by Neva Hutchinson"Feiffer's People"



The Saint Peter's Players performing at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Redwood City.

Spring 2019 Production in Redwood City: "5-by-8"



Neva directs a new show on Saturday, March 2, 2019


5-by-8five scenes performed by 8 actors.


Presented at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Redwood City. A night of enjoyable performances from local players!


Starring (in alphabetical order)... Paul Berning, Su Boocock, Alec Braun, Barbara Greever, John McGill, Susan Mitchell, Clyde Pinto, and Jamie Slover.

Neva Hutchinson on Podcast: "Green Room Radio"

November 1, 2018 

"Raptured" in October 2018

October 15th, 2018


Based on the hardscrabble life of entertainment evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, "Raptured" is a new play written by Neva Hutchinson. Based on the true disappearance and re-discovery of Aimee Semple McPherson in May of 1926 (a pseudo-celebrity of her day), the public believed that she was not kidnapped, but with her married lover, Kenneth Ormiston in a bungalow by the sea. She was then called up to a Grand Jury trial on charges of loose morals. "Raptured: the Disappearance and Discovery of Aimee Semple McPherson" is based on facts and augmented by the author's imagination.


October 26 - November 3, 2018

Phoenix Theatre, 414 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102 

Directed by Ray Renati


Samson and Delilah Promo for "Raptured"

October 4th, 2018


Watch the silent movie promotion for "Raptured: The Disappearance and Discovery of Aimee Semple McPherson" ... Watch it Here.


Maxwell Tomaszewski plays Samson. Neva Hutchinson plays Delilah. Mohana Rajagopol and Charmaine Hitchcox act as Philistines. Will Price photography. Ray Renati director. 



Backstage with "By the Waters of Babylon"

October 2nd, 2016


"The play is an acting duet...Neva Hutchinson is delightful as Catherine. Michael Angelo Gonzalez [as Arturo] takes his character through layers of emotion and involvement, at first informed by his subservient relationship to his employer, but later emboldened by Catherine’s increasing familiarity."


Backstage: Bay Area Premiere of By the Waters of Babylon


Review Here