Tommy F. Scott

For over 30 years, Tommy Scott has taught, written, performed and directed for educational, community and professional theatres in both the United States and Holland. He graduated in 1976 from Lambuth University with a major in theatre and history and a minor in art and education. In the late 1980s he served as President of the Tennessee Theatre Association and taught theatre in both private and public schools before moving to Chicago in 1990 where he worked for Circle Gallery, representing such artists as Erte, Rene Gruau, and photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. While in Chicago, Tommy directed for several groups and had several of his original plays performed. These included DU TELL! at Chicago Dramatists, The Apocolocyntosis, Day Lilies at Realism Update Theatre and Forbidden Fruit, which premiered at Theatre Praxis. He also wrote and directed Aladdin and The Wonderful Lamp, which toured 28 states across the United States. Other works include: The Ghost in Striped Pajamas(JAC Publishing), The Boy From the Sea: A Legend of Sicily, published by Brooklyn Publishers, The Ouroborous, Southern Elegy, Ice: A Collection of related short plays and monologues, Love in Shoes and Satyrs on Halsted based on the Satyricon by Petronius. He is also the author of Theatre in the Catholic Classroom, a series of articles published by the National Catholic Teacher, Drama in the Church, Wesleyan Press, and numerous works of original poetry. Also an actor, Tommy has appeared in dozens of plays and directed over 100 productions from Tennessee to Chicago to the Netherlands.

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