Abner Genece and Emma Messenger…add depth to any production they grace. – Westward

THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, by Wendy Kesselman. Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities;
Abner Genece as Hermann van Daan; Matt Gale Photography.

AWAKE , a film by Zachary Andrews

Winner: Best Sound Design, Best Musical Score
Denver 48 Hour Film Project
September 7, 2018

John Moore Theatre Coverage

Photo: THE CAUSE, MY SOUL: A Staged Reading; written and directed by Ted Lange; Vintage Theatre, Denver, CO
By John Moore
August 25, 2018

THEATRE REVIEW: Waiting For Godot Mr. Genece turns Pozzo‘s exit speech (’…one day we were born, one day we shall die…’) into a eulogy for the human race.

-Wilborn Hampton, The New York Times

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Newsletter

2018 Henry Awards’ sensibilities go for Arvada Center, Miners Alley
By John Moore
July 23, 2018

Abner Genece appears on TV’s Colorado & Company

April 5, 2018

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Newsletter

An actor survives, and the son also rises
By John Moore
March 18th, 2018

“When actor Abner Genece woke up days after the accident with as many tubes in his body as broken bones, he

wasn’t thinking of whether he might ever perform again.  He was thinking of his son, Jayden, who had been airlifted from the highway carnage to a pediatric trauma center in another state.”