School of Visual & Performing Arts

Theatre Arts : Theatre Arts Faculty

Phillip George

Off-Broadway: Shout!, Forbidden Broadway Alive and Kicking, Forbidden Hollywood, Whoop-Dee-Doo (Drama Desk Award, Best Musical Revue), The Road to Qatar (York Theatre Company), Forbidden Broadway Cleans Up Its Act, Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back, Forbidden Broadway 2001: A Spoof Odyssey (Drama Desk Award, Best Musical Revue), The Remarkable Ruth Fields (1993 Bistro Award, Best Musical Best Director), When Pigs Fly (as Assoc. Director to Mark Waldrop), Blackout (Amas), Bring Me a Dwarf, Miss Pretty Hard (Dance Theater Workshop), Forbidden Broadway 1988–93. London: Kean (nominated for Evening Standard Award, Best Musical), Forbidden Broadway (The Albery, West End & Menier Chocolate Factory), Shout!, Frankly Scarlet (co-author with Peter Morris); Listen to the Wind, Much Revue About Nothing, Forbidden Broadway, The Famous Five, The Arcadians, Escape from Pterodactyl Island (1999 Michael Steward Award). Regionally: Forum (5th Ave Theatre, Seattle), Best Little Whorehouse, Footloose, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Annie Get Your Gun, The Secret Garden (Paper Mill). As a playwright he is currently hard at work on Thrilling Pulp!