Geoffrey Kent is an Actor, Director, Fight Director and stage combat instructor based out of Denver, Colorado. As an actor, Geoffrey has appeared on numerous Colorado stages including the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Arvada Center for the Performing Arts, Curious Theatre Company, the Aurora Fox and more and has performed nationally for the Utah Shakespeare Festival and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater. He is one of only eighteen Fight Masters with the Society of American Fight Directors.
Geoffrey’s recent directing projects include the regional premiere of An Act of God for the DCPA, a gender-swapped Comedy of Errors for CSF as well as Waiting for Godot and The Foreigner for the Arvada Center. Recent acting includes Lord Talbot in Henry the Sixth, Part One, Master Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor (USF); George in All My Sons and Col. Brandon in Sense & Sensibility (Arvada Center)
He is currently an instructor with the University of Denver and the University of Colorado and has taught courses and master classes at countless Colorado institutions as well as programs around the country including the North Carolina School of the Arts and the MFA programs for the University of Alabama and Louisiana State University.
Geoffrey lives in north Denver with his talented wife Jessica Austgen, a sarcastic Chihuahua named Titus and a clueless Jack Russell terrier named Dexter.