Millennial Cabaret at LTA

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 mariabelle22@gmail.com to RSVP.

Scott singing at La Ti Do Monday July 11

On Monday, July 11, 2016, Scott will be singing an Adam Gwon song at La Ti Do's "Night of New Musical Theatre & Spoken Word", alongside monthly feature Jimmy Mavrikes and previews of some exciting new DC Fringe shows. The show begins at 8 at Bistro Bistro (1727 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009); more information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/1153675157986798/

Up Next: City of Angels at NextStop

Scott will be playing Hollywood crooner Jimmy Powers in NextStop Theatre's upcoming production of City of Angels, playing May 12-June 5, 2016!

More information and tickets are available at http://www.nextstoptheatre.org/shows/cityofangels/

Saturday Night Fever with PMT

Scott will be making his Pittsburgh debut playing Double-J in Pittsburgh Musical Theater's production of Saturday Night Fever at the Byham Theater Feb 11-21.  

Tickets and more information available at http://pittsburghmusicals.com/shows/saturday-night-fever/

"Madeline and the Gypsies" at Creative Cauldron

Scott will be playing the Strongman (don't laugh too hard) in Creative Cauldron's holiday production of Madeline and the Gypsies every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in December (except Christmas Day). A cute show for the whole family!  More information and tickets are available at http://creativecauldron.org/madelinegypsies_267.html

Songs of Joe Maloney in NYC

Scott will be singing two beautiful songs from The Boy In The Bathroom at a showcase of Joe Maloney's songs produced by La Ti Do NYC and the Dramatists Guild Fund at 1pm on Sunday, November 22. More information is available at https://www.facebook.com/events/1091963037482885/

"Girlstar" at Signature

Scott has been cast as the understudy for the role of Uncle Derek in Signature Theatre's upcoming production of the world premiere of the new musical "Girlstar", directed by Eric Schaeffer! "Girlstar" runs October 13-November 15, 2015.

More information can be found at http://www.sigtheatre.org/events/2015-16/girlstar/

"Lift" at DC Shorts Film Festival

Scott has been cast as Adam in the live reading of the short film screenplay "Lift", which is the final step of the DC Shorts Screenplay Competition at the DC Shorts Film Festival.  "Lift" tells the story of a normal elevator ride that turns into something much more when Charlotte runs into her father whom she has not seen in ten years--Adam is Charlotte's boyfriend and the only other character in this moving short.

The reading will take place at 7pm tonight at the US Navy Memorial Museum--tickets and more information are available at http://festival.dcshorts.com/events/screenplay-competition/

Scott Singing at La Ti Do 8/31/15

Scott will be singing at La Ti Do DC next Monday night to support DC Actors for Animals, alongside the cast of Keegan's "Dogfight" and several other talents!

More information is available at https://www.facebook.com/events/482078955287661/

"A Few Days Notice"

Scott recently completed filming a lead role in a new short film called "A Few Days Notice"; the film shows Jake, a young HR coordinator, having a chance encounter while rehearsing for his first firing in a park. The film is now viewable online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAY1O1Vle8g

Reading at the Kennedy Center

Scott is honored to be participating in a reading of the new short play "Fish Bowl" by Erik Meixelsperger and directed by Ryan Maxwell at the Michael Kanin Playwriting Awards Showcase during the 2015 The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, which will be held on April 15 at the Kennedy Center. Scott will be reading stage directions.  More information is available at http://web.kennedy-center.org/education/kcactf/Home#main_content.