James Scott
ACT, Canberra
Age : 50
Occupation : Actor
Underneath The Lintel - An Impressive Presentation of Lovely Evidences by Glen Berger
James Scott has over 20 years' experience as a performer, director and actor-trainer. He first trained at the Actor's College of Theatre and Television in Sydney, and later completed a Master of Arts Practice in acting with Charles Sturt University.
Some of his favourite roles include Langley in Lies, Love & Hitler (2010, 2014), The Very Sad Fish Lady in the play of the same name (2013), John Proctor in The Crucible (2004), Chopin in A Longing Heart (2010-11) and Vladimir in Waiting for Godot (2000). Recent screen credits include Muse (2011) and the award-winning short film Blue World Order (2012).

Over the years, James has directed numerous stage productions, including Macbeth (2014), Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know (2013), Love 11 (2012) and After Dinner Suites (2011) for CADA Studio Productions. He has also used his talents in radio broadcasting and a range of corporate work.
As a teacher, James trains actors at Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art (CADA, www.cada.net.au). At CADA, James's role includes teaching in the Certificate III in Performance, the Advanced Diploma of Performance, curriculum development, teacher mentoring, and private tuition in communication skills.

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Underneath The Lintel - An Impressive Presentation of Lovely Evidences by Glen Berger

"Dress Circle" review by Len Power


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