HELLO! Welcome to the official website of George Hider - an actor/playwright currently living in London, England, with roots in New York City. George is a graduate of Skidmore College, where he received a Bachelors of Science in Theatre, and is currently working towards his M.A. in Performance at Mountview. With influences ranging from Shakespeare to Del Close, George has a love for telling stories and tackling new, exciting projects.
Take a look around, and feel free to contact me. I promise I will respond!
RECENT HIGHLIGHTS July 10-13, 2019: Performing in 5/11 by Edward Kemp in the Cameron Mackintosh Theatre at Mountview May 29-30, 2019: Performing in the Mountview Postgraduate Industry Showcase at the Leicester Square Theatre May 7, 2019: Handed in my Master's Dissertation on Social Media & Performance May 4, 2019: Received a "Merit" on my British Academy of Dramatic Combat Level 1 Exam April 18, 2019: Performed RE:acting - my 45-minute, self-written, self-directed solo M.A. Thesis show April 8, 2019: Played Jim in a workshop production of Lou Reed's Berlin by Guilherme Borges April 4, 2019: Played Antigonus in The Winter's Tale, directed by Jeff James March 2, 2019: Played Michel in Florian Zeller's The Truth January 1, 2019: Made my US-television debut playing John Wayne Gacy in Evil Lives Here on Investigation Discovery December 17, 2018: Played The Chairman in Tipping the Velvet. September 21, 2018: Began studying at Mountview! September 10, 2018: Off to England for (at least) a year! July 21-August 12, 2018: Played Host of the Garter in Stag & Lion's Merry Wives of Windsor July 27, 2018: Performed with As You Will: Shakespearean Improvat the Cornelia Street Cafe June 12-14, 2018: Filmed for an episode of Evil Lives Here on Investigation Discovery June 13th, 2018: Performed with As You Will: Shakespearean Improv at the Hamlet Isn't Dead 5th Birthday Party June 7th, 2018: Led a Shakespearean Improv workshop at the Shakespeare Forum
"The eye of man hath not heard, the ear of man hath not seen." A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act IV Scene 1