upcoming & recent

"The Thin Place"

at Vermont Stage

I performed in the leading role of Hilda in Vermont Stage's production of The Thin Place by Lucas Hnath, which ran March 23-April 10th.

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"The Colony is disturbing and will make you reconsider a lot of what you thought you knew about American society — which is why you ought to see it."

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"There is an urgency of voice in Gina’s play and a character’s discovery of their own agency that ultimately drew readers on the committee to it.” 

a little less recent...

"Listen Up!" Series in Burlington's City Hall Park

This past summer, I co-hosted a new community speaker series called "Listen Up!" We interviewed people doing interesting things around Burlington in technology, the arts, business, and more

Second Annual Front Porch Follies

Gina and her partner Quinn Rol perform their original show, "The Second Annual Front Porch Follies," as part of Burlington's 2021 New Year's Eve celebration.

Press & Interviews

"The Colony is disturbing and will make you reconsider a lot of what you thought you knew about American society — which is why you ought to see it." 

-Theater Scoop, September 2021

The Thin Place at Vermont Stage:

"Gina Stevensen’s Hilda — whether speaking or silent — [was] riveting. Beginning as mousy and scared, she took on strength, but from where? It was a brilliant performance."

-Times Argus, March 2021

“There is an urgency of voice in Gina’s play and a character’s discovery of their own agency that ultimately drew readers on the committee to it...the play celebrates the transformative power the very act of writing possesses, which is wholly in the spirit of the Kernodle Award." 

-Press Release,

2021 Kernodle New Play Award

The Thin Place at Vermont Stage:

"As Hilda, Gina Stevensen succeeds at the difficult acting challenge of making a prim, quiet character absorbing. Stevensen uses a flat, slightly mannered delivery and buries every hint of sorrow. It's up to the viewer to decide what kind of pain lies within. She radiates a sense that she's withholding something powerful. As the play unfolds, viewers learn to listen harder and harder."

-Seven Days, April 2021

"The audience last night for The Colony was pretty much blown away: shocked and angry at the historic injustices Stevensen reveals in the play, and impressed by the power and subtlety of the writing."

--The DuPont Registry, January 2019

American Stage interviewed Gina

about her play The Colony for the 

21st Century Voices: New Play Festival

Check out this interview with Gina (dramaturg) for No Commoner Tale, produced by 
Classics on The Rocks