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Amber Grubb

Amber Grubb

Theatre Arts

The Grubb family has been a part of Geneva for many years, as their daughter, who started in 1st grade, graduated with the class of 2012. Amber has led the theatre arts department since 2007, directing both of Geneva’s annual performances as well as teaching theatre arts. She established and supervises the Geneva Shakespeare Counsel annually, which is an invite-only counsel for Geneva’s Rhetoric students.

Amber did not realize her calling to performance arts until adulthood.  She loves teaching and feels more at peace in the classroom than anywhere else.  

For the past 6 years, Amber has led HIS Company, a Christian community theatre troupe sponsored by First Presbyterian Church of Lakeland. She also directed an original musical, “Mission 68:6,” written by Charlie and Christie White and performed at Highland Park Church of the Nazarene. In addition, she directed an original production, “The Scarlet Thread,” which she wrote along with Kristina Collins, director of At His Feet Ministries.

Adding to her contributions to Geneva, she directs the Small World Project and the cast went on to win the 2012 Platform.5 Youth & Art Performance Award. The Small World Project is a collaboration performed by students from Geneva Theatre Arts Class and the Florida Dance Theatre Training Academy. The project is directed by Amber and choreographed by Freddie De Jesus, the Associated Artistic Director for Florida Dance Theatre. 

Amber is married to Michael and they have two children, Morgan and Julian.

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