George Brock

GEORGE BROCK is very excited to be making his Catastrophic Theatre debut.  He feels fully destroyed by this fantastic opportunity and experience.  As founding Artistic Director for GENERATIONS he has directed Ruthless! The Musical; Bat Boy The Musical; The U.S. Regional Premiere of Spring Awakening; Our Town; the Houston Premiere of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson; and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.  He also appeared as Mark in Art.  A native of Birmingham, AL, George has done the majority of his study and work in Texas.  He studied Theatre at St. Edward’s University and Lamar University.  After a 7 year stint in radio in the Golden Triangle and two years dealing cards and dice in Las Vegas, he returned to Houston to pursue his first love…Theatre.  From 1997 – 2003 George (along with Brandon Smith and Kate Revnell Smith) helmed the now defunct Actors Theatre of Houston, a private acting academy and small professional theatre.  Among his favorite roles at ATH: Barry Champlain in Talk Radio; Carter in Simpatico; Guildenstern in Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead; Matt in Private Eyes; Macbeth in Macbeth; and Charlie Foxx in Speed The Plow.  As a director: Agnes of God; Toyer, The Baltimore Waltz; The Debutante Ball; and Elizabeth I.  He has also appeared in numerous productions at The Houston Shakespeare Festival and Main Street Theatre.  Most recently he helmed I Hate Hamlet at Unity Theatre in Brenham. George is also an Instructor/Theatre Program Coordinator at Episcopal High School where his productions of Urinetown: the MusicalThe Drowsey Chaperone; and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels have garnered Tommy Tune Awards for Best Musical.