From: Yuma, Arizona.
Scott Pask's Broadway credits, designing both scenery and costumes, include The Pillowman with Billy Crudup and Jeff Goldblum, A Behanding in Spokane starring Christopher Walken and A Steady Rain with Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman. He was awarded his first Tony Award for the scenic design of Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman, which he originally designed for the National Theatre in London.
His Broadway scenic design credits include The Book of Mormon (Tony Award), also presented in London’s West End, on tour in the UK/EU, Australia and the United States, and Tina Fey’s Mean Girls, (Tony nomination). He also designed the Broadway revivals of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and American Buffalo and the Broadway musicals The Prom, The Band's Visit and Waitress. His Broadway productions also include revivals of St. Joan and The Little Foxes and the new plays Casa Valentina, The Father with Frank Langella, and Blackbird with Jeff Daniels and Michelle Williams. He set a record with his designs for seven shows running simultaneously on Broadway: Something Rotten, Finding Neverland, It's Only a Play, Airline Highway, The Visit, An Act of God and The Book of Mormon. His design of Tom Stoppard’s The Coast of Utopia won the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, and Hewes Awards for Best Scenic Design.
He was the first American scenic designer to be tapped to design a production for Cirque du Soleil, Amaluna. He has designed for the New York Shakespeare Festival, New York Theater Workshop, Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, Atlantic Theater Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, American Repertory Theater, ART’s Club Oberon, La Jolla Playhouse, Williamstown, Center Theater Group, Yale Rep, Old Globe, Chicago Opera Theater, Alliance Theater and the Walker Arts Center, Arizona Theatre Company and London’s Royal Albert Hall. He made his Metropolitan Opera debut with Peter Grimes in 2008 and recently designed The Barber of Seville for Lyric Opera of Chicago.
His work has been exhibited at the Prague Quadrennial, the Bruce Museum of Science and Art, the Leslie Lohman Gallery and the Met Gallery, and is in the permanent collection of the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio.
Learn more at ScottPaskStudio.com.