Georgia Malllory Guy is a professional actor/director and the Artistic Director of ThinkTank Theatre TYA in Tampa FL. Regional Credits include: Milwaukee Rep., Orlando Shakes, Pittsburgh Irish and Classical, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Florida Rep., American Stage, freeFall Theatre, Jobsite Theatre, Stageworks Theatre, Tampa Rep., Banyan Theatre, A Simple Theatre, The Show Palace, Monomoy Theatre and Festival 56. In addition to her professional work, Georgia has a great deal of teaching experience. She is the former Artistic Director for the award winning children’s theatre company at South Tampa Center for the Arts. Georgia still heads up the private voice studio and continues to direct and consult with the STCFTA program. In to her work with children, Georgia has been an adjunct professor at the University of South Florida, Ohio University, a Guest Artist at Troy University’s Summer Spotlight, and has been a clinician around the Southeast at various theatre festivals. She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity.
Georgia is originally from Prattville, AL and attended Troy University, then Troy State University, with scholarships for oboe and musical theatre. Here she earned degrees in Music Education, Communications/Theatre, and a minor in Vocal Performance. In 2007, Georgia entered the Ohio University Professional Actor Training Program. She graduated with her MFA in 2010. She currently goes back and forth between Florida and New Jersey and has a very loving, handsome, and supportive husband, Traveis, some amazing puppies – Cooper and Bailee, and her old kitty cat - Sophie.
Ryan Bernier is a professional actor/director and the Associate Artistic Director of ThinkTank Theatre. His previous directing credits include the regional premieres of The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane (at ThinkTank Theatre), MMF by David Kimple, and Now Circa Then by Carly Mensch (Silver Meteor Gallery), as well as Wanda's Visit (Ghostlight Theatre). Local acting credits include What the Bellhop Saw, The Three Musketeers, Laughing Stock (Hat Trick Theatre), Judgement at Nuremberg, Psycho Beach Party, Inherit the Wind, A Few Good Men (Stageworks Theatre), and Keely & Du (Innovocative Theatre). He also serves as head writer for the Best of the Bay award winning sketch comedy show, Some Sort of Show! When not working inside a theater, Ryan is a theater instructor and education assistant at Focus Academy, a local charter dedicated to serving students of various physical and cognitive abilities. Ryan is originally from the Orlando area and is a graduate of the School of Theatre and Dance at the University of South Florida.