Geoffrey Lawrence

Geoffrey Lawrence

  Geoffrey is an Office administrator for Future Home Realty and is originally from Anchorage, Alaska. He is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Music and Theatre Studies from the University of Central Florida. In 2010, Geoffrey moved to Orlando to pursue his dreams to work for a certain magical theme park.  In his spare time, he works at the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts as a Lead Guest Service Representative and as a contributor to BroadwayWorld Orlando.



BWW Review: THE GOLDEN GIRLS MUSICAL at Project Spotlight
March 3, 2017

In its twelve years of existence Project Spotlight, the only student developmental theater organization at the University of Central Florida has finally branched out and created a full-length musical. The Golden Girls Musical, with book by Colin Brooks, music by Benjamin Walton, and lyrics by Brooks and Walton, is their first attempt into this new landscape, and for the most part, it is successful.

BWW Review: A FEW GOOD MEN at Central Florida Community Arts
March 1, 2017

In six short years, Central Florida Community Arts, has grown from a small community choir to a much larger arts organization with a school of performing arts, multiple choirs, orchestras, and a theatre season. For their second season, they have taken on A Few Good Men, written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Donald Rupe, it has a few good moments.

BWW Review: CONSTELLATIONS at Mad Cow Theatre
March 1, 2017

One of the beautiful things about theatre is requires varying levels of involvement. Some shows allow you to sit back and be an inactive participant, while others require you to give up control and just watch a story unfold in front of your eyes. Constellations, by Nick Payne, is the type of play where you must be willing to be invested. It also requires you be willing to take a hard look at the choices you make in your own life.

BWW Review: THIS IS OUR YOUTH at Macbeth Studio
February 17, 2017

Imagine stepping off Orange Avenue into the lobby of what feels like an old-time New York Hotel. Then, you take what looks and feels like an old-time elevator up to the ninth floor where you arrive at Macbeth studio. The inside has been transformed to what appears to be the inside of an apartment belonging to a teenager from the 1980s. 'Who Knows the Sun,' by Velvet Underground is playing, and around the room are Frank Zappa posters. You can still hear the sounds coming from Orange avenue, which only adds to the New York feel of the apartment.