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Talents of Theater: Eva Alperovich

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Eva Alperovich (‘24) poses for a photo shoot after her performance of “The Marriage” at her old theater camp in Massachusetts. Photo used with permission from Eva Alperovich.

As the spotlight beams down and the stage comes to life, Green Hope Theatre Company’s rendition of the 80’s hit, “9 to 5” is gradually taking shape. With each passing rehearsal, Green Hope’s endless talent shines on the stage. This year’s assistant director, Eva Alperovich (‘24), is extremely excited to present the workings of this season, and is looking forward to curating the best theatrical experience for both the cast and the audience.

Alperovich has always had her eyes set on the stage, and has been acting and producing in various theatrical productions ever since she was in sixth grade. Thus far, Alperovich has taken on an acting role in every single Green Hope production, but decided this year to take a step back and work behind the scenes. “I wanted to let some of the underclassmen take on a bigger role and act as more of a guiding figure. Along with assistant director I’m also assistant choreographer which means I play a role in choreographing the routines which is something I haven’t had a chance to do at Green Hope. I’ve been really enjoying overseeing the various aspects of the production and think it’s coming along really well.”

Along with her critical role in the Green Hope’s production, Alperovich is an active member of productions outside of school as well. When she lived in Massachusetts, Alperovich partook in a local Russian-speaking theater. “It was really fun to be around people of my ethnicity and promote our love for our culture while combining it with our talent for the arts.” Alperovich has also been a camp counselor at a theater camp for the last two years-coaching younger students and sharing her acting expertise in order to educate younger students in the true meaning of the arts.

When asked about what she is looking forward to this theater season, Alperovich commented on her excitement for seeing the musical come to fruition. “I’m just really excited to see it all come together, especially because I play a role where I’m able to oversee multiple different aspects of the play. I’m really looking forward to seeing how the hard work of all of our talented individual’s manifests.”

Though enjoyable, Alperovich describes the musical to be somewhat “stressful” to execute. “It deals with a lot of heavy topics and we have to ensure that we are portraying the story in a sustainable fashion. Though it is meant to be humorous, there are deep and legitimate themes around feminism and making change, and it’s important that the audience understands that.”

Hard work means a lot to Alperovich, and she is proud of all the work she has poured into her role as assistant director and assistant choreographer. Alperovich invites the Green Hope community to enjoy “9 to 5,” showing April 18-20 with nightly productions.

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Deepa is a senior at Green Hope, and this is her first year on the staff. Having a love for writing, Deepa wanted to get into journalism and explore where her writing could take her. Deepa is a part of the Green Hope Orchestra, playing the violin. In Deepa’s free time she enjoys running, spending time with friends, working with kids and dancing. Outside of school, she tutors elementary school students as well as leads neuroscience programs at elementary schools. She hopes to go to UNC-Chapel Hill to get a degree in Neuroscience to pursue a career in that field. Deepa is excited to be a part of the GH Falcon this year and hopes to share her work with the Green Hope community.
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