An actor, writer, director, and alumni of North Coast Rep’s Theatre School, Geoffrey Geissinger is thrilled to return to North Coast Rep as Development Associate and to work with the amazing donors and patrons that make NCRT’s world-class productions possible. He earned his BA in Theatre Performance and Theatre Studies with a Creative Writing minor from Saint Mary’s College of California. Before finishing his degree, he studied in the Drama Department at Queen Mary University of London. While there, he performed in Irene at the Dr. Johnson’s House, which was the play’s most recent performance since David Garrick’s original production in 1749. His original plays have been featured at the San Diego International Fringe Festival (The Chameleon) and Under 30: A Festival of One-Acts at Saint Mary’s College (ELIZA). A three-time attendee of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Geoffrey was an Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Nominee in 2019. Recent Acting Credits: Franky in The October Night of Johnny Zero (Backyard Renaissance), Silvius in As You Like It (New Fortune), Armand Lumé in Murder at Roland Manor (Thunder Bay Theatre), Narrator in Every Brilliant Thing (Saint Mary’s College), Phil/Dave in Almost, Maine (Solano College Theatre), Richard in Fuddy Meers (Solano College Theatre), Frank in School for Lies (Saint Mary’s College), Tuzenbach in Three Sisters (Saint Mary’s College), and Jean Verse in …And Jesus Moonwalks The Mississippi (Saint Mary’s College).