b. 17 March 1907, St. Petersburg, Russia, d. 9 Dec 1997, NEW YORK, NY, USA. After teaching for the ballet, Geva made an appearance as a traditional dancer and began showing up in musical comedies, frequently dancing interpolated traditional sequences. She got wedded choreographer George Balanchine, although their relationship finished in 1926. An early on appearance in america is at Chauve-Souris (1927). She is at Whoopee! (1928), the Eddie Cantor automobile that ran the brand new Amsterdam Theater on Broadway for 407 shows. Also in the display, which got music by Walter Donaldson and lyrics by Gus Kahn, had been Agnes Ayres and Friend Ebsen. Her following Broadway musical display was Three’s A Group (1930), that was produced by Utmost Gordon. With music by Arthur Schwartz and lyrics by Howard Dietz, who also had written the publication, the show went for 272 shows. The cast included Fred Allen and Clifton Webb. Additional shows within the 30s had been the revue Soaring Colours (1932), the dramas A Divine Drudge (1933) as well as the Red Kitty (1934), as well as the musical Alma Mater (1935), where she danced a ballet series. In 1936 she is at Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart’s ON YOUR OWN Toes, which went for 315 shows. Made by Dwight Deere Wiman, the display starred Ray Bolger and in addition presented Monty Woolley. Geva danced the ‘Princess Zenobia’ as well as the ‘Slaughter On Tenth Avenue’ ballets, choreography by Balanchine. In the 50s, Geva came back to Broadway with tasks in the takes on Satisfaction’s Crossing (1950) and Misalliance (1953).