scot charles anderson
Scot Charles Anderson returned to the Pacific Northwest after 18 years in New York City, several of which were spent playing Maitre'd at ORSO Restaurant, and as a Publicity/Marketing Coordinator with Disney Publishing. In the spring of 2012, Scot made his Off-Broadway debut in the world premier of Tennessee Williams' last full-length play, In Masks Outrageous and Austere, directed by David Schweizer and starring Shirley Knight.
Since then, Scot performed in the reading of Bradass87 as Adrian Lamo and Sgt. Villard at the Culture Project, a theater piece about accused whistleblower Chelsea (Bradley) Manning, The Whale and The Dog Star (Fundamental Theater Project), Under Milk Wood, Les Fratrie, and a series of short films including the award-winning Framed, the thriller-comedy The Grind, Dan the Man and Bang Bang, Die Die.
Before moving to New York, Scot was part of the vibrant Seattle theater scene and performed throughout Washington State with the 5th Avenue Musical Theatre, The Village Theatre, Actor’s Repertory Theatre, Theater Schmeater, Spokane Interplayers, Showtunes Theatre and CSTOCK. Credits include Eddie in Do I Hear a Waltz?, Zach in A Chorus Line, Rod Serling in The Twilight Zone: Live on Stage, Perry in The Old Boy, Jimmy in The Rainmaker, as well as roles in This Day and Age, My Fair Lady, The Music Man, H2$, Triumph of Love, The Sisters Rosensweig, The Mousetrap, The Cherry Orchard and The Madwoman of Chaillot.
A talented director, as well, Scot has helmed productions of Curtains, Something's Afoot, Fiddler on the Roof, Lend Me a Tenor, Flora the Red Menace, As Is, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, The Ketchup Commercial, Zombie Temps from Outer Space, Can-Can, Oliver, as well as, choreography for Ruthless: The Musical, A Chorus Line, 110 in the Shade, Out of This World, Annie, Into the Woods and Guys and Dolls.