A performance of Lawrence Ferlinghetti's Populist Manifesto No. 1, directed by Rebecca Singh
Scott has enjoyed a long and varied involvement with the broader arts community, and especially with theatre.
He has collaborated on several early Renaissance and Medieval works as Music Director, as a composer, and occasionally as an actor. He was Music Director for Shakespeare and the Queensmen, a collaborative research and performance project between University of Toronto, McMaster University, and the PLS (Poculi Ludique Societas).
He has also contributed in various ways to dozens of contemporary shows, for dance, theatre, and performance art, and has had work represented at many festivals, including Bang!, Rhubarb, the Fringe, Summerworks, Dusk Dances, etc.
He is Music Director for Small Wooden Shoe's production of Brecht and Weill's Threepenny Opera, coming up for its fourth annual performance, and recently contributed arrangements and vocal coaching for Evan Webber's Antigone Dead People.
Theatre Experience as Music Director:
(2000) The Woman in the Moone - dir. Ingrid Keenan
(2002) Troilus and Cressida - dir. Jennifer Roberts-Smith
(2002) Chester Christmas Pageant - dir. Ingrid Keenan
(2003) The Chester Shepherds - dir. Julie Florio
(2004) The Second Shepherd's Play - dir. Victoria Shepherd
(2004) Officium Stellae - dir. Scott Maynard
(2006) Experiments in Elizabethan Comedy - dir. Peter Cockett
(2006) Shakespeare and the Queensmen - dir. Peter Cockett
King Leir, The Famous Victories of Henry V, Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay
(2009) Clyomon and Clamydes - dir. Peter Cockett
(2009) A Child Shall be Born - dir. Linda Phillips
(2009-present) The Threepenny Opera - dir. Jacob Zimmer
(2010) The Chester Cycle - dir. Jennifer Roberts-Smith