Scott is singing an amazing Andrew Lippa song from The Wild Party at a concert celebrating his music, alongside a group of excellent singers who all workshopped their pieces with the composer himself! Should be a really exciting show—7pm at the Duplex on Thursday, November 1. Tickets and more information are available here.
TV viewers in IN and TN—keep an eye out for this spot, featuring Scott as a goofy dad running through his pre-drive safety checklist with his cute kiddo. Other viewers can watch the spot here:
From July 25-September 1, Scott will be playing Mortimer Brewster in the madcap midcentury comedy, Arsenic and Old Lace at East Lynne Theater Company. In it, Mortimer spends a memorable 24 hours with his kooky aunts, crazy brothers, new fiancee and a surprising number of dead bodies for a peaceful Brooklyn home... Performances are at 8pm Wednesdays-Saturdays from July 25-September 1. Tickets and more information are available at www.eastlynnetheater.org
This summer, Scott is singing and dancing in a world-premiere musical review at the East Lynne Theater Company celebrating the work of prolific lyricist Dorothy Fields, who worked with composers including Jimmy McHugh, Jerome Kern, Cy Coleman and more over a career spanning almost 50 years of popular music and film and broadway scores. Conceived by music director Charlie Gilbert and director Gayle Shahlhuth, On the Sunny Side of the Street stars Scott along with Annemarie Rosano, Joilet Harris and Melissa Zimmerman in a joyful celebration of some of Dorothy Fields's most (and least) famous songs, from "The Way You Look Tonight" to "Where Am I Going" and many more. The show runs June 13-July 21, Wednesday-Saturday evenings at 8:30pm (no show July 4, added show July 8) in scenic Cape May, NJ. Tickets and more information at www.eastlynnetheater.org
On Wednesday, April 4, Scott will be playing Frank Gardner, a young flirt, in a reading of George Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession with the Washington Stage Guild, directed by Bill Largess. The reading is free and will take place at 7pm in the Undercroft Theatre, 900 Massachusetts Ave. NW
The Virginia Gentlemen, UVA's oldest a cappella group, is celebrating its 65th anniversary with a reunion concert featuring performances by the current group as well as alumni dating back to the original VGs, including many iconic VG classics! Scott is excited to get to reprise his rendition of Josh Groban's "Remember When It Rained" with his era of Virginia Gentlemen. The concert is at Old Cabell Hall on April 7 at 8pm; tickets and more information are available at www.theviriginiagentlemen.com. Don't wait too ling--this show will sell out!
TN & IL TV viewers: keep an eye out for Scott as a goofy dad explaining Elephant Insurance's safety discounts to his cute kiddo, coming soon to a TV near you!
Scott will be joining Florrie Bagel and some more fantastic NYC talent at The Duplex on Sunday, December 10th at 1pm for an afternoon of holiday cheer with La Ti Do NYC! Tickets are only $10 in advance ($15 at the door), so don't miss out on this discounted price on limited tickets! Click here for more information and here for tickets.
Audiences and critics alike have enjoyed Widowers' Houses, so the Washington Stage Guild has decided to extend the run for another week. If you have not had a chance to see the show yet, you now have 5 more chances--Thursday the 26th at 7:30, Friday the 27th at 8, Saturday the 28th at 2:30 and 8 and Sunday the 29th at 2:30! Tickets and more information are available here, plus some discounted tickets are still available at Goldstar.
Scott is back at La Ti Do Monday the 23rd for their annual Spook-tacular cabaret night full of spooky, Halloween-themed songs, singing a favorite Sondheim tune! 8pm at Bistro Bistro; love to see you there! More information at https://www.facebook.com/events/151379372100018/
In connection with Widowers' Houses, the Washington Stage Guild is hosting a "Shaw in Shaw" series, which examines real estate speculation in a gentrifying city. This includes a public reading of G. B. Shaw's other treatment of the issue, John Bull's Other Island. Scott will be reading the role of Tom Broadbent, an English civil engineer who goes off to Ireland to redevelop a romantic little village with his Irish partner.
The *free* reading will take place at the Undercroft Theatre (900 Massachusetts Ave NW) at 8pm on Wednesday the 17th. More details at http://stageguild.org/shaw-in-shaw-penn-quarter-mt-vernon-triangle-too/
Scott will be singing from the Golden Age of Broadway music at La Ti Do at 8p on Monday, October 9 at Bistro Bistro. Come enjoy a night of Golden Age Broadway tunes performed by some great area talents! More information at https://www.facebook.com/events/178976599309454/
Scott will be playing Dr. Harry Trench in Washington Stage Guild's fall production of Widowers' Houses, George Bernard Shaw's first play. It tells the story of an ambitious young doctor who falls in love with the daughter of a predatory real-estate speculator; while her wealth is appealing, he balks at its source... The show runs September 28 - October 22, 2017 at the Undercroft Theatre at 900 Massachusetts Ave NW. Tickets and more information can be found at www.stageguild.org
Happy "Star Wars Day"! Check out VW USA's social media feeds today for a shot of Scott and an very sweet and very fluffy dog in their "May the 4th Be With You" campaign: https://www.instagram.com/p/BTq27i_lq40/?taken-by=vw&hl=en and https://twitter.com/VW/status/860101710060150785!
DC-area TV viewers: keep an eye out for Scott as a frustrated would-be car buyer in a spot for Brown's Automotive car stores!
Scott will be playing Brad Majors in Theatre Under the Stars' Houston production of the cult classic The Rocky Horror Show in November 2016! The show runs November 8-20 in Zilkha Hall at the Hobby Center, with special late-night shows on Fridays and Saturdays. More information is available at http://www.broadwayworld.com/houston/article/Theatre-Under-the-Stars-Introduces-the-Cast-of-THE-ROCKY-HORROR-SHOW-20160923 and for tickets, see https://www.tuts.com/shows/rocky-horror-show!
Scott will be playing Dad in Adventure Theatre MTC's production of Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical, based on the award-winning children's book by Mo Willems Sept 23-Oct 23. The 50-minute romp follows Trixie and her Dad as they make a trip to the laundromat. Hijinks ensue when they lose her precious Knuffle Bunny along the way, since Trixie can't speak English to tell her dad what is wrong. Scott will be performing in all shows except for October 8. Tickets are available at https://my.adventuretheatre-mtc.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=44177
Scott is delighted to be a part of readings of two great new works coming up in the next few months:
First up, Scott is joining the ensemble of Ricky Drummond and Jonathan Coulton's fun zombie/robot musical Still Alive at the Kennedy Center's Page to Stage festival on Monday, September 5th at 7pm. More information/tickets at https://www.kennedy-center.org/calendar/event/XQPPS
Later in September, Scott will be playing Menelaos in the first public concert/reading of Joe Maloney's delightful new musical Helen, based on Euripides' retelling of the story of Helen of Troy. The show starts at 8pm on September 25th at the Dramatists Guild Fund in NYC--more information is available at https://www.facebook.com/events/261986367502977/
Scott is joining other alumni of Little Theatre of Alexandria shows to sing in the first cabaret of their Millenial Cabaret series, themed "Jets vs Sharks", this Sunday, July 31, at 6 in the LTA Green Room. Scott will sing favorites from Pippin, Secret Garden and [title of show] and others are singing songs ranging from golden age Broadway to shows running today! Attendance is free and snacks/drinks are provided--email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Scott is joining the cast of Dreamgirls at ArtsCentric in Baltimore for a one-night-only performance as Dave on July 29, 2016. More information at https://www.facebook.com/ArtsCentric/!