Georgia Green

Georgia Green

I am a director and writer
I direct new plays & revivals when they speak to the current moment
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Credit: Atri Banerjee


Designer – Cory Shipp
Director – Georgia Green
Lighting Designer – Chris McDonnell
Sound Designer – Lex Kosanke
Movement Director – Rachel Hosker
Casting Consultant – Sophie Parrott CDG
Casting Co-ordinator – Sarah Murray


Credit: Filmed and Edited by Craig Nom Chong
Credit: Filmed and Edited by Craig Nom Chong

Georgia was recently nominated in the Best Director category at The Stage Debut Awards 2020.

★★★★  “Georgia Green’s production is an example of the alchemy that happens when you get the perfect combination of play and theatre.” Alice Saville, Time Out

★★★★ “Josh Azouz’s tender, funny play… Poignant, thoughtful… about belief, identity and healing, delivered with a beguilingly light touch.” Sarah Hemming, FT

“Loved the unconventional intimacy and honesty in The Mikvah Project, given an utterly beguiling production by Georgia Green” Dominic Maxwell, The Times

★★★★ “Has real depth… Impeccably played by Alex Waldmann & Josh Zaré” The Jewish Chronicle

★★★★ “Josh Azouz’s writing is humane and humorous” Sunday Express

★★★★ “This intense and tender two-hander is an immersive exploration of when real human feelings and desires clash with reality. It is very fine production that feels sincere, authentic and honest.” Aliya Al-Hassan, Broadway World

★★★★ “This is a splendidly accomplished production, both thoughtful and entertaining, directed with a confident hand by Georgia Green. Kudos to Cory Shipp for a design which I’m sure will be the talk of the town.” Nathan Blue, Everything Theatre

“Alex Waldmann’s depiction of Avi is endlessly empathetic, seeking out and handling his fears, confusion, and inconsistencies with utter generosity, and Zaré as Eitan is beautifully effusive… a hot, heavily beating heart at its core.” Ava Wong Davies, Exeunt

★★★★ “Josh Azouz’s sharp script glitters with knowing wit… life affirming” Judi Herman, Jewish Reniassance

★★★★ “Alex Waldmann and Josh Zaré make the air thrum with tension before puncturing the atmosphere with humour again and again” Connor Campbell, The Upcoming

★★★★ “Josh Azouz’s writing is humane and humorous” Michael Arditti, Sunday Express

“This is 75 minutes of concentrated theatre that delivers a full evening’s experience. It’s a serious play full of laughter and one that you shouldn’t miss.” Howard Loxton, British Theatre Guide

★★★★ “The witty script fizzes… The directing by Georgia Green is intelligent and sensitive… the brilliant set design from Cory Shipp” Richard Davies, Essential Surrey

★★★★ “Stimulating… a welcome new production for a thoughtful play” Peter Mason, The Morning Star

Nominated for an Off West End Award for Best Performance: Josh Zaré


Assistant/Associate Directing

Dirty Crusty | Sept/Oct 2019 | The Yard Theatre 

 Assistant to Jay Miller to the UK premiere of Claire Barron’s play.

Amsterdam | August 2019 |  Orange Tree Theatre / ATC/ 2020 Tour

Assistant/Associate Director – Assistant to Matthew Xia for the UK premiere.

Showcase | Identity School of Acting – July 2019


Out of Water | April/May/June 2019  |Orange Tree Theatre

Assistant Director – Assistant to Guy Jones for the debut of Zoe Cooper’s play.

Zog | Feb – Aug 19  Rose Theatre Kingston & UK Tour | Freckle Productions

Associate Director Assistant to Mike Shepherd, artistic director of Kneehigh, on this devised show for children.

The Double Dealer | Dec 18 – Jan 19 | Orange Tree Theatre

Assistant Director – Assistant to Selina Cadell on William Congreve’s Restoration Comedy.

Tabby McTat | Sept 18 – Dec 18 | UK Tour |Freckle Productions

Assistant Director – Assistant to Alan Lane, Artistic Director of SlungLow.

Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales | Dec 18 – Jan 19 |  UK Tour | Freckle Productions

Associate Director (original direction Sally Cookson)



Georgia is currently under commission to the Yard Theatre and Southwark Playhouse Elders’ Company and was recently shortlisted for BBC Writers Room.


Georgia is represented by Jessica Stewart at Independent Talent