Reva Stover is a director, actor, playwright, and teaching artist based out of Philadelphia, PA. She has a BFA acting degree from the University of Central Florida. She has experience in musical theatre, Shakespeare, new works, and educational theatre. Additionally, she is a five-star thespian with the International Thespian Society.
Some of her most notable academic roles include Helene Johnson in the original production of Spunk and the Harlem Literati, adapted from Zora Neale Hurston’s short story, Minnie in An Octoroon at the University of Central Florida where she received a nomination for the best comedic actress from the Orlando Sentinel, and Tilly Evans in She Kills Monsters for which she received an Irene Ryan nomination. Her professional credits include several original roles. She worked with the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre as Fay in Jump for their New Works Play Festival. She ventured up to Dayton, TN to be the first African American actress in the historic and recurring play with music, Front Page News. She originated the role of Lil G for the Creede Repertory Theatre’s TYA touring musical Best Foot Forward. She also brought the role of Betty to life in the workshop cast of Mannequin.
During the 2020 Pandemic, Reva produced and directed her own play, Thud, via zoom. She also had her play, Running, produced by the Wings of Paper Theatre Company. She had several pieces commissioned for154 Revisited in conjunction with Revolution Shakespeare. In addition to writing, Reva spent most of 2020 teaching theatre to K-3rd graders with After School Activities Partnerships (ASAP).
In her free time, she enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, up-cycling discarded items, going on nature walks, writing and performing slam poetry, and making Youtube videos.
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