Georgia Stitt

GEORGIA STITT is an award-winning composer, lyricist, music producer, pianist, and activist. Her original musicals include Snow Child, Big Red Sun, The Danger Year, The Big Boom, The Water, Mosaic, and another TADA musical, Samantha Spade, Ace Detective (“Outstanding New Musical” from National Youth Theatre). Georgia has released four albums of her music: A Quiet Revolution, My Lifelong Love, This Ordinary Thursday, and Alphabet City Cycle, and she is currently producing a new album of theatrical art songs and an oratorio called The Circling Universe. Georgia is the Founder and President of Maestra Music, an organization for women and nonbinary theater musicians, and is in leadership at The Dramatists Guild and The Recording Academy. She teaches Musical Theater Writing at Princeton University. She has worked extensively as a Music Director and lives in New York with her husband and their two wonderful daughters, Molly and Susie, both former TADA company members!