A veteran of theatre, concert and cabaret, George Papas is a young man who began his career as a child, singing choral chamber music in Lincoln center and Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic. A graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, George made his New York debut in the Strawberry One Act Festival in An Acute Triangle. His television appearances on Bravo, ABC, and PBS include singing back up for Sir Elton John at Radio City Music Hall. He has performed with numerous prestigious theatre companies and has been featured on National Tours(Lucky Stiff, Show Boat, Grease, Joseph and his Technicolor dream coat, I love A Piano directed by Ray Roderick, Seussical and White Christmas.) In addition to performing with Neil Goldberg’s Cirque company, as the Lead Singer at the Mohegan Sun and Trump Plaza Theatre. Film Credits: Tony and Tina’s Wedding. Cabaret credits: Barge Music Festival featuring American Swing, The Rainbow Room, and his one-man show, Songs From A Brooklynite, at Don’t Tell Mamas and Duplex in NYC (which showcased his original music.) Recently George completed a world tour for Gary Musick Productions on Oceania Cruise Lines.