Georgina shot to Oxford thespy fame after finally singing a song that everyone knew in last term’s A Little Night Music. But it wasn’t just ‘Send in the Clowns’ that earned her widespread plaudits; her magnetic and assured presence made her the centre of attention on the Playhouse stage.
In her first term, Georgina provided welcome female punctuation in the oppressively male world of POSH, and went on throughout the year to perform in the acclaimed production of Closer (A Really Good Play about Sex) and the OUDS national tour, Machinal.
Georgina trained on a RADA foundation course, which makes her superiority to the usual flailing student actor less surprising. This term, she’s playing the angel in Angels in America. This sounds like a pretty big deal. She’ll be the first student actor to be dangled from a wire above the Playhouse stage – so let’s hope the person holding the other end knows what they’re doing.