Southern :: Biography
Georgia is an Actor, Writer, Singer, and Producer.
Georgia has appeared on stage in Benefits of Elsewhere (Three Graces Theater Company), Agamemnon (LA Mama), Make it So (Theatre for a New City), The Bluest Eye (Playmakers Repertory Company), 365 Days (Classical Theatre of Harlem and The Public Theater), Bring Love to My Door Step (Guthrie Theatre Lab), Cherry Orchard (Penthouse Theatre), Execution of Justice (Meany Theatre), Color of Justice (Theater Works USA), Medea (Marion Anderson Theater). She has created, performed, and produced two one person shows called From Scratch and At Play. Television: One Life to Live, As the World Turns, All my Children, Chris Rock Show (directed by Gary Natoli), and Law and Order (directed by Alex Chappelle). Film: She starred as Melinda in True to the Game which was directed by Robert Young and filmed in Harlem, New York. She has also starred as Mia in What is Love which was produced and directed by Barry Gibson of BScene Entertainment. She is a member of two theater companies, The WorkShop Theater Company and Polaris North. She runs the Drama Ministry at Springfield Gardens United Methodist church, where she writes, directs, and produces theater throughout the year with teens and adults. Georgia is a graduate of City College BFA program and University of Washington MFA, Professional Actors Training Program.