Georgina Adamson

She is a graduate of Charles Sturt University with a B Communication (Theatre/Media) and the National Institute of Dramatic Arts with a Masters of Fine Arts (Writing for Performance) where she studied under the mentorship of Stephen Sewell. Georgie’s writing credits include INJEST (Perth Fringeworld, 2015), Cabin Pressure (107, 2016), Crackers (Giant Dwarf, 2017), INJEST: The Last Supper (KXT bAKEHOUSE 2018), Selena Gomez’s Kidney (Rapid Reads, 2018) and Whose Uterus is it Anyway (Old 505, 2018). As a dramaturg her credits include The Bacchae (Adelaide Fringe, 2018), NETGIRLZ (107, 2018) and Agent Showcase (Sydney Fringe, 2018), in which she was also a performer.
Georgie has founded and works extensively with three independent theatre companies, Bite Productions, The Revolt and Royalty Free Theatre and produces bi-monthly variety nights for emerging artists at 107 Redfern.