George Dvorsky


, Music Theatre Hour   Brigadoon (Highlights)
CDJAY 1387

, Love Songs to you from Broadway to Hollywood   Loving You
CDJAZ 9002

  Musicality of Lerner and Loewe
CDJAZ 9004

  Musicality of Kern
CDJAZ 9005

  Musicality of Porter
CDJAZ 9010

  Musicality of Kander and Ebb
CDJAZ 9012

, First Complete Recording - 3 CD set with full libretto   The Most Happy Fella
CDTER2 1260

, George Dvorsky   George Dvorsky - All Through The Night
CDJAY 1424

, George Dvorsky   In The Still Of The Night
CDJAY 1343

, Original Cast Recording   Leading Men Don't Dance
CDJAY 1263

, First Complete Recording (DigiMIX remastered) collectors edition   Man Of La Mancha
CDJAY2 1304

  Showstoppers from Broadway
CDJAY 1266


George Dvorsky recently starred as Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music at the Olney Theatre Center. This production became the Olney's biggest box office hit to date, surpassing the previous season's Annie, in which George starred as Daddy Warbucks.

On Broadway, he appeared in the title role of The Scarlet Pimpernel and as Henry Spofford in the revival of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. His other Broadway credits include the Tony Award–winning Passion, as well as Marilyn: An American Fable and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.

Off-Broadway, George appeared in Pete 'n' Keely (as Pete Bartel), And the World Goes 'Round, and the revival of Dames at Sea. At Lincoln Center, George starred in the New York City premiere of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella as Prince Charming and in Brigadoon as Tommy.

He starred as Baron Bomburst/Lord Scrumptious in the national tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and as Billy Crocker opposite Chita Rivera in Anything Goes at the Paper Mill Playhouse. He later played his favorite role, Georg Nowack in She Loves Me, also at the Paper Mill Playhouse.

George's extensive regional credits include appearances at such wonderful theatres as Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS) in Houston, North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, MA, and the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA. Audiences in the Northeast have also enjoyed George at the Ogunquit Playhouse and the Maine State Theatre.

George has performed with symphonies all over the country and around the globe, including such places as Iceland, Hong Kong, Sweden, and Italy. He was featured in the PBS production Passion: Live at Lincoln Center, which starred Patti LuPone, and he starred with Bea Arthur and the Boston Pops in the PBS production Bernstein's Broadway.

His numerous recordings include the cast albums of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Brigadoon, Leading Men Don't Dance, and Pete 'n' Keely. His voice can also be heard on the EMI label's Broadway Showstoppers, Jerome Kern Treasury, and Kiss Me, Kate, where he sings the role of Bill Calhoun. George is also proud to have been a part of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Pocahontas, and Mulan, for which he sang in the ensemble with some standout solo lines.