Georgia Kosloski was born in the St. Louis area but moved down to Clearwater, Florida in her early teens. Her love for the performing arts was cultivated by her mother who did local theatre ,with such groups as Francis Wilson Playhouse, and a childhood obsession with Andrea McArdle and Annie. After high school, Georgia took a break from performing to become a well-known area masseuse, wife, and mother to two daughters Madison and Carli. As Madison became enamoured with the art of musical theatre, Georgias’ love of performing rekindled as well. Some highlights of Georgias’ performance credits include Truvy (Steel Magnolias),Julia Leverette (Lend Me A Tenor),Yente (Fiddler on the Roof),Chick (Crimes of the Heart),Pearl (Prisoner of Second Avenue), Elsa Von Grossenknueten( musical comedy murders of the 1940s),Madame Dubonnet (The Boyfriend), and Edith (Blithe Spirit). Georgia is well known in the area for her use of dialect, comedic timing, physical comedy, improvisations, and her wonderful baking skills.