Scott Evans


Scott directed The Museum Of Broken Relationships at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center and Aspen Theatre Festival. Other directing credits include A Musical Christmas Carol (starring Richard Thomas) for Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, as well as regional and university productions of The Ruby Sunrise, Biloxi Blues, The Foreigner, The Fantasticks, and Picture Perfect. Off-Broadway, he was Associate Director for the New York premiere of Jeffrey Hatcher’s Ten Chimneys and the revival of The Silver Cord. Associate/Assistant work also includes the world premieres of Gut Bucket Blues and Shakin’ the Rafters at Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, 7th Monarch at Theatre Row, and Eleanor (starring Jean Stapleton) at the Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center.


NEW DATES: 2021 Season

The Amazing, Fabulous, & Spectacular Untruths of Don Juan Garcia

Kathleen Culebro & Jay Duffer

Scott Evans - Director
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Accolades & Information

Scott has devoted much of his career to developing new theatrical works. He is Artistic Director of Somerled Arts in New York, a director with the NYU Tisch Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, and a former mentor for new musicals at the Eugene O’Neill National Music Theater Conference. As an Associate Artist with the American Music Theatre Project, he develops new shows at Northwestern University and works on their annual collaboration with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.


As an actor, Scott was in the Off-Broadway revivals of Room Service and The Man Who Came To Dinner. Other credits include roles at regional theatres throughout the U.S., the National Tour of Patsy!, and promotional host for NBC’s Three Wishes.


Scott grew up in Texas and has a twenty-year working relationship with Amphibian Stage’s Managing Director, Jay Duffer, collaborating as actors, directors, educators, and theatre makers. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University.