His play, "The Supporting Cast," was performed at the Pegasus Players Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Robert G. Smith was scenic designer.
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In the late 60s he began jotting down ideas for a series of one-act plays, with the idea of getting actress Kim Stanley
to play the lead in each playlet. When no producer would bite, he turned to Stephen Sondheim
, who, in turn, showed the work to director Harold Prince
. The result was 1970's landmark Broadway musical "Company". George later used some of the one-acts not used in "Company" to form ...
Usually played nervous, stuttering, sneaky characters