George spends hours preparing the director's script even before auditions.
All scenes are blocked and rehearsals are scheduled to make the best possible use of the casts time and for rehearsals to last no more than 2 hours. He has directed over 200 plays for high schools, colleges and local and regional theatres. While in Hawaii, he was Artistic Director for the Commedia Repertory Theatre and directed for nearly every theatre company in the islands hastening the demise of one or two.
George also designed sets and lighting for more than 40 university and summer theatre productions including the design and rigging system that flew four vomiting children in "Peter Pan".
Roar of the Grease Paint with Wisa D'rso
He has performed over 200 stage roles ranging from Hadrian in "Hadrian VII" to Sir in "Roar of the Greasepaint" and Herbie in "Gypsy" where he played with no less than He has performed over 200 stage roles ranging from Hadrian in "Hadrian VII" to Sir in "Roar of the Greasepaint" and Herbie in "Gypsy" where he played with no less than four Mama Roses - all of whom deny knowing or appearing with him. He made television commercials for CBS TV (national), Finance Factors, the Space Place, Kirin Beer, Frito-Lay, First Hawaiian Bank, Hawaiian Telephone, Love's Bread, and others, receiving about $50, a free storage locker for a year and 2 loans at interest of only 18% per annum.
In Hawaii George appeared as a principal in 19 Hawaii Five-O TV shows - usually as a hit man or a mad doctor - which says something about the perception of professional directors
George appeared as Drosselmeyer in four productions of "The Nutcracker" for Pacific Festival Ballet in Portland, Oregon.