Scott LaFeber



B.A. Colgate University
M.F.A. University of Texas, Austin

Scott has acted on Broadway (Corpse! and The Golden Age), off-Broadway (including Ensemble Studio Theatre and Circle-in-the-Square in New York), in London, regionally, on television (including two years on daytime's Search for Tomorrow), in feature and industrial films, and for narrative/character voice-overs (including an Emmy Award-winning segment for PBS).

He has directed across the country, including productions in New York and the North Carolina Theatre where he directed three-time Tony Award-nominee Terrence Mann in Sweeney Todd and Peter Pan. Scott has a long association with the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts as an actor, cabaret performer and stage manager. In addition to performing in cabarets in New York, including at The Savoy, he has also stage managed in New York (including Broadway and The Manhattan Theatre Club) and for many productions regionally.

From 1996-2006 Scott served as artistic director of The New Harmony Theatre, a LORT summer theatre in Indiana where he directed 29 productions. He also developed and directed the 2006 production of Thom Thomas' A Moon To Dance By which marked New Harmony's first world premiere; the play was subsequently optioned by Broadway producer Edgar Lansbury and received a Pulitzer Prize nomination for Best Play in 2009.

A native New Yorker, Scott received acting training at The Circle-in-the-Square Theatre School (where he has also taught) and Weist-Barron in New York with additional training in London. In addition to freelance directing, Scott has taught at universities and conservatories for over 20 years.

For the BFA Musical Theatre program, Scott teaches scene study, acting technique and song interpretation and serves as advisor and coach for professional orientation. He is a member of Stage Directors and Choreographers and a member of The Southeastern Theatre Conference where he serves on the Auditions Committee. Scott is currently on hiatus with Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA.

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