Georgia Scott is a recent Drama and English Literature graduate from the University of Exeter. She was born and grew up in Swindon, and attended Prime Theatre, previously Sixth Sense, until her departure in 2020. She has had an innate love for drama and literature, supported by her family, friends and partner. She is joy orientated within her personal and professional life and seeks to encourage confidence and pride in all people, regardless of their perceived “goodness” or background. Everyone has the capability of art and expression and should be encouraged to demonstrate that vital part of themselves. 

Georgia has been an active member of both the singing and drama aspects of her educational setting. She performed as Belle in Beauty and the Beast Musical (2019) and went with her choir to The Royal Albert Hall to sing Handel’s Messiah (2019). She performed in productions of Confusions and The Odyssey, which gave her confidence in performing and solidified her love for acting and desire to be a performer. 

Whilst in Exeter, Georgia established her own theatre company called Wander Theatre, which toured the Exeter and Torbay areas of Devon, with a Theatre in Education performance called “Alice’s First Day in Wonderland” about the transition into secondary school, with her leading workshops for students to create their own work afterwards. This experience was key in nurturing her passion for Theatre in Education and her desire to engage with young people to empower them in all realms of education and personal development. 

Her love for theatre extends beyond the applied aspect of drama. She has a great love for comedy, playfulness and improvisation, performing at Locally Sourced in Exeter with sketch performances and improvised comedy. She has also performed two sketch performances at the international Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has been a part of comedy and drama performances throughout Exeter. Working with Four of Swords in their development of educational performances, working with EUTCO as Elizabeth Barry in Playhouse Creatures, and Chiara in Alix Harris’ production of Chaos. 

Georgia focuses on acting, comedy and improvisation and considers it the crux of performance exploration and enjoyment. She has a great passion for expressing ideas through movement and music, with performances assisted by music and lyricism. She hopes to create safe spaces to explore those ideals and have fun creating images and ideas, with influences from academic and theatre practitioners to foster new artists. 

Georgia seeks to expand her acting experiences on stage and screen, even with her writing and seeks to become part of the performing industry in the South West.  

Some of Georgia’s inspirations are: 

Theatre: Alan Bennett, Willy Russell, The Woman in Black, Mischief Theatre, Le Navet Bete, Austentatious and Agatha Christie performances. 

Television: Ghosts (BBC), Russell T. Davies, Quinta Bronson, Stephen Merchant (Outlaws), Daisy Cooper (Am I Being Unreasonable, This Country). 

Film: Greta Gerwig, Edgar Wright, Calendar Girls, Pride! All of these strike aspects of storytelling Georgia loves to watch and emanate in her work. Comedy, heart and a sense of place. 

Joining in the summer of 2023, Georgia will be among the amazing facilitators of RPA and their outreach work.  

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All elements of the sessions are child centered and there is no pressure to perform,
just to relax, enjoy and have a good time.