Performer

Georgia has been performing lead roles on stage and screen since the age of 19, though her training and performance career began as a young child.  An award winning actress, Georgia has performed roles encompassing singing, dance, drama and comedy, in musical theatre, plays, and short films.  Most notably, in 2008 Georgia received the Best Actress (Leading Role in a Musical) Award at the Canberra Area Theatre Awards and a Canberra Critics Circle Award for her performance in the title role of Thoroughly Modern Millie with Canberra Philharmonic Society.  She also won the Helen Wilson Memorial Award for Best Comedic Performance for her portrayal of Miss Mable Chiltern in An Ideal Husband with Canberra Repertory Society. Click below for links to theatre reviews and clips...

Writer / Director

Georgia has over ten years' experience as a director, musical director and writer.  Most notably, Georgia collaborates annually with youth theatre program Child Play, where she and Child Play Artistic Director Belinda-Jane Anyos adapt well-loved childrens' stories into musical theatre productions.  The productions are designed to be performed by a large group of self-selected children ranging from 8 - 16 years of age.  Georgia was also Director of the ACT Senior Vocal Ensemble from 2011 - 2016, a high-level and non auditioned singing group that conquered challenging and interesting respertoire from a range of historical eras and cultures.  Click below for links, photographs and clips...

Visual Artist

Like so many others, Georgia has been painting, drawing and creating since childhood.  She has designed fun and inclusive teacher workshops which combine visual art, music, history and outreach.  Georgia greatly enjoys designing and painting for performances and concerts, and most recently painted a series of 9 metre drops with images of native Australian birds and flowers for a mass outreach concert celebrating Australian music.  Click here for a gallery of Georgia's designs and paintings...

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In the ancient Mediterranean world, 'music' was once understood as a "combination of poetry, melody, and dance in one unity; an incomparably holistic power which defined people as personalities who think, act and feel"

- Lelouda Stamou, 2002 -

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