Georgia Warner

Georgia Warner most recently appeared as Emilie in Les Liaisons Dangereuses at Baltimore Center Stage. Previously she understudied the role of Nina in the David Hyde Pierce directed production of ‘Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike’ at the Center Theatre Group’s Mark Taper Forum. Her favorite theatre roles include Jill in ‘Equus’ (w. Alec Baldwin), Pip in ‘Moby Dick Rehearsed’ (w. Peter Boyle), and Slippy Helen in ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’ at the John Drew Theatre of Guild Hall; Curley’s Wife in ‘Of Mice and Men’ at Pioneer Theatre Company (dir. Mary B. Robinson); Abigail in ‘The Crucible’ at Northern Stage; Margot in ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’ at Bay Street Theatre; and Polly in ‘Transport’ at Irish Arts Center (dir. Tony Walton), which she originated. Films include ‘Bridge and Tunnel’, ‘A Soft Voice’, ‘Narcissism’, ‘Epitaph for M’ (w. Martha Plimpton; dir. David Eigenberg), and ‘Inside Out: Portraits of Children’ (Hollywood Discovery Award). Georgia has also been featured in many concerts and staged readings, comedic web shorts, and several commercials and modeling campaigns. She has studied improv at Groundlings and UCB and performs regularly with her