Geoffrey’s recent directing credits include the regional premiere of An Act of God for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the critically hailed Waiting for Godot for the Arvada Center  and a gender-swapped Comedy of Errors for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Other favorites include The Tempest and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (also with CSF), Born Yesterday, The Lying Kind, It’s A Wonderful Life: Radio Play, You Can’t Take it With You, the 39 Steps and The Grapes of Wrath for Theatreworks Colorado Springs, She Kills Monsters and Metamorphoses for the Aurora Fox and Cowboy Macbeth for Listen Productions. Upcoming work includes The Foreigner for the Arvada Center and The SantaLand Diaries for Theatreworks CS. He is a passionate theatre artist that loves physical action, a focused creative room and the collaborative process of creating theatre.

Director Geoffrey Kent’s iteration transforms Ephesus into Paris in the 1930s. Parisian stereotypes, including mimes, accordion players, can-can dancers, berets, copious amounts of wine and omnipresent cigarettes, set a properly comedic tone before the first scene has run its course.

Gary Zeidner, Boulder Weekly

You just don’t often see the Bard performed to this level of quality in this intimate of a setting. Kent’s playing this card game with a stacked deck.

John Moore, Denver Post