Scott LaFeber


Scott LaFeber

Scott LaFeber

Scott LaFeber has acted on Broadway (Corpse!, The Golden Age), off-Broadway, regionally, in London, for television (including all the New York soaps and two years on daytime’s Search For Tomorrow), feature and industrial film, voice-overs (including an Emmy Award-winning segment for PBS), and commercials. His directing work has been seen across the country and he has a long association as an actor, stage manager and cabaret performer with the renowned Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts. Recently, Scott has directed Tony Award-nominated actors such as Terrence Mann, Anne Pitoniak and Jacqueline Brookes. His 2005 world premiere production of Thom Thomas’ A Moon To Dance By has been optioned by Broadway producer Edgar Lansbury. A native New Yorker, Scott received acting training in London, at Circle-In-The-Square in New York, and holds degrees from the University of Texas, Austin (MFA-Directing) and Colgate University (BA English/Art History). In New York, Scott established the Studio For The Working Actor in 2003 where he not only coached acting and musical interpretation, but also consulted non-actors on event and court/legal presentation. He was the artistic director of The New Harmony Theatre, a LORT summer theatre in Indiana for ten years from 1997 – 2006. Scott currently freelances as a director and is associate professor of performing arts at Emerson College in Boston where he teaches singing interpretation and acting.