Steve Scott

Steve Scott

Steve Scott

(Bio as of May 2014)

Steve Scott is the Producer of Goodman Theatre, where he has overseen more than 200 productions; he is also a member of the Goodman’s Artistic Collective. Goodman directing credits include Horton Foote’s Blind Date; Rabbit Hole; Binky Rudich and the Two-Speed Clock and No One Will Be Immune for the David Mamet Festival; Dinner With Friends; Wit; the world premiere of Tom Mula’s Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (co-directed with Michael Maggio) and the 2011 and 2012 editions of A Christmas Carol. Other recent directing credits include Yellow Face, The DNA Trail andYohen (Silk Road Rising); American Myth (American Blues Theatre); The Mandrake (A Red Orchid Theatre); Clybourne Park, Elemeno Pea, Elling, A Delicate Balance, Lettice and Lovage and Shadowlands (Redtwist Theatre); Souvenir and Black Pearl Sings(Northlight Theatre); The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Buried Child and Dealer’s Choice(Shattered Globe Theatre); Frozen (Next Theatre Company); A Midsummer Night’s Dreamand Much Ado About Nothing (St. Lawrence (Ontario) Shakespeare Festival); The Teapot Scandals of 1923 and Falsettos (Porchlight Theatre); The Grapes of Wrath, A Streetcar Named Desire, Execution of Justice, Ah, Wilderness!, God’s Country and Judgment at Nuremberg (Theatre Conservatory at Roosevelt University’s College of Performing Arts, where he is a faculty member); and a number of productions for the Eclipse Theatre (where he is an ensemble member) including Alan Ayckbourn’s Woman in Mind, Arthur Miller’sAfter the Fall, John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation, Rebecca Gilman’s Boy Gets Girl,Keith Reddin’s Big Time, Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite and Lanford Wilson’s The Moonshot Tapes. He has directed for a variety of other companies including Theatre Wit, the Buffalo Theatre Ensemble, National Jewish Theatre, Theatre at the Center, Lifeline Theatre, Organic Touchstone Theatre and the Lyric Opera Center for American Artists. Mr. Scott has served on panels for Theatre Communications Group, the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, United States Artists, the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, the Chicago Council on Fine Arts, the Illinois Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the Pew Charitable Trust/Philadelphia Theatre Initiative. He is a member of the Jeff Committee’s Artist and Technical Team, a board member of Season of Concern, artistic advisor for Silk Road Rising and an associate artist with Chicago Dramatists and Collaboraction Theatre companies. He was one of six resident directors for WBEZ’s seriesStories on Stage, and has contributed articles to a variety of publications including theEncyclopedia of Chicago. Mr. Scott is the recipient of five Jeff Award nominations, an After Dark Award, the Illinois Theatre Association’s Award of Honor and Eclipse Theatre Company’s Corona Award. As an actor, he most recently appeared in the Next Theatre’s production of Are You Now or Have You Ever Been…?  (Jeff Award for Outstanding Ensemble).

Steve Scott

  • AChristmasCarol2011
    AChristmasCarol2011

    Larry Yando (Ebenezer Scrooge) in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol adapted by Tom Creamer and directed by Steve Scott at Goodman Theatre (November 18 – December 31, 2011).

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  • AChristmasCarol2012
    AChristmasCarol2012

    Matthew George Abraham (Tiny Tim Cratchit) and Larry Yando (Ebenezer Scrooge) in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol adapted by Tom Creamer and directed by Steve Scott at Goodman Theatre (November 17 - December 29, 2012).

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  • BinkyRudichAndTheTwo-SpeedClock
    BinkyRudichAndTheTwo-SpeedClock

    Pictured in the Goodman Theatre's production of David Mamet's The Revenge of the Space Pandas or Binky Rudich and the Two-Speed Clock directed by Steve Scott is Blaine Hogan as Binky Rudich (March 25 - April 23, 2006).

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  • DinnerWithFriends
    DinnerWithFriends

    Scott Jaeck (Gabe), Suellen Burton (Beth) and Mary Beth Fisher (Karen) in Dinner With Friends by Donald Margulies, directed by Steve Scott at Goodman Theatre (March 10 - April 5, 2003).

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  • RabbitHole
    RabbitHole

    Lia D. Mortensen (Becca) and Daniel Cantor (Howie) in Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Steve Scott at Goodman Theatre (March 10 – April 15, 2007).

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  • Wit
    Wit

    Carmen Roman (Vivian Bearing, Ph. D.) in Margaret Edson’s Wit directed by Steve Scott at Goodman Theatre (May 21 - June 16, 2001).

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