Teaching

Pace University (2013-2015)
Taught “Script and Score Analysis” to sophomore Musical Theater majors.

The University of Southern California (2011-2012)
Artist-in-Residence; taught “Acting The Song” to undergraduate Theater Majors.

Master Classes
Georgia has previously taught master classes in music and theater for the following institutions:

92nd Street Y (NYC)
AMDA (NYC)
ANMT: The Academy of New Musical Theatre (North Hollywood, CA)
Applause Theatrical Workshops (NYC)
The Arts Educational Schools (ArtsEd) (London)
Baldwin-Wallace College (Ohio)
Bowling Green State University (Ohio)
The Brearley School (NYC)
The Brit School (London)
CalPoly (California)
Cal State Fullerton (California)
College of the Canyons (California)
Contempo Theatre Company (London)
Covina Center for the Performing Arts (California)
Crystal River High School (Florida)
The Dalton School (NYC)
Danske Musical Akademi 
(Denmark)
Dudley College (West Midlands, UK)
Elon University (North Carolina)
Festival of New American Musicals (California)
French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts (Hancock, NY)
Guildford School for Acting (UK)
The Juilliard School (NYC)
The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (Washington, DC)
Los Angeles Community College
Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (London)
Next Step Prep, Missoula Children’s Theater (Missoula, MT)
NYU/CAP21 (NYC)
NYU/Playwrights Horizons (NYC)
Oklahoma City University, OKCU (Oklahoma)
Orange County High School of the Arts (California)
Our Learning Spot (Los Angeles, CA)
Pace University (New York)
Pebblebrook High School (Atlanta)
Performers College (London)
Playhouse On The Square Summer Conservatory (Tennessee)
Royal Academy of Music (London)
Sam Houston State University (Texas)
Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center (California)
Sheridan College (Toronto)
Shorter College (Rome, Georgia)
St. Agnes Academy (Houston, Texas)
Summer Institute for the Vocal Arts (Wakefield, MA)
TADA!  (NYC)
The GYM (NYC and LA)
Tono International Arts (Japan)
UCLA (California)
The University of Central Oklahoma (Edmond, OK)
The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan)
The University of Nebraska (Lincoln, NE)
The University of Oklahoma (Norman, OK)
USC (California)
Vanderbilt University (Tennessee)
Vassar College (Poughkeepsie, NY)
The Walnut Hill School for the Arts (Natick, MA)

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“Georgia Stitt has been teaching master classes for my performing arts students for over a decade. She’s absolutely THE BEST! Her knowledge of repertoire and performance practices, combined with her brilliant musical skills and engaging teaching style, create an invaluable educational experience for our young artists. She knows how to focus on the details that matter, and the results are truly remarkable.”
— Frank Timmerman, Director, Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts

“If there was a priority booking line for Georgia’s masterclasses in the UK it would be engaged as soon as she announced her trip… all with schools who want a return visit from Ms. Stitt! MT standards that you thought you knew are blown apart by Georgia to allow for student discoveries that are as exciting for the audience as they are for the performer!  Repeat bookings are made almost as soon as the last class finishes.”
— Alastair Lindsay-Renton, UK theatrical agent, Grantham-Hazeldine

“Georgia Stitt is an exemplary songwriter and an invaluable teacher. Her genuine enthusiasm and dedication to her art was motivating for the students, whom she both supported and challenged throughout the master class. Anyone who has the opportunity to take one of her classes should sign up to do so immediately!”
— Sarah Rebell, lyricist, Vassar College

“Georgia Stitt is the whole package.  What makes her especially gifted is her understanding and expertise with ACTING.  She knows what good acting is and has the language and skill to communicate it in a tangible and result-oriented way.  Her taste is impeccable and her spirit and teaching style create an environment that let her students thrive.  You will be hard pressed to find an artist with the range of skill and talent that she brings to the table.”
–John Ruocco, Director, Teacher, Founder of John Ruocco Studios, NYC