Georgia developed a strong knack for Shakespeare in community rep, where a heckling audience member ignited her passion for audience interaction and immersion. She garnered critical acclaim during TSMGO's First Folio season
A playful approach to audience engagement and response is central to Georgia's acting directing practice (no fourth walls here please). Not unrelatedly, she loves a good panto and has always wanted to play Robin Hood
Georgia trained in theatrical clown with Stephen Sobal which led to a commedia dell'arte residency in Italy and a resilient attitude, unafraid to trip up and/or play the fool if a job requires.
Though far from an actor-muso, Georgia has been singing for six years and is a competent mezzo-soprano with a flair for acting through song (preferably cabaret or folk, though she has successfully learnt Gregorian Chant for a role).
Georgia attended karate classes as a child and is still interested in martial arts. She makes up for her lack of skill in all team sports by being a generous team player onstage and off, and is also a strong open-water swimmer.
Over lockdown Georgia combined an accredited introductory course with regular Zoom practice and can now communicate in basic BSL. She is familiar with Sign Supported English and working towards further exams
Simply because she was once told not to, Georgia has performed professional cabaret, including as Marilyn Monroe and at the Phoenix Arts Club and Vaults Lates.
As a dyspraxic performer Georgia takes a particular interest in physicality. Initially framed as an obstacle, her unique way of understanding movement leads her to embody characters in meticulous detail
Georgia is also a confident stage combatant, with basic unarmed and quarterstaff skills. Further weapon qualifications pending- watch this space