Scott Kaiser (Director) is the Director of Company Development at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, where he has been a member of the artistic staff since 1993. While at OSF, Scott has served as a voice and text director on 93 productions, as well as an adaptor and associate director on numerous projects. Scott recently completed his “festival canon,” having worked on all 38 of Shakespeare’s plays during his tenure at OSF. He is the author of two books, Mastering Shakespeare: An Acting Class in Seven Scenes, and Shakespeare’s Wordcraft, both of which are being used in classrooms across the country. He has also penned three plays: Splittin’ the Raft, Now This, and most recently, Love’s Labors Won—a sequel to Shakespeare’s Love’s Labor’s Lost. Scott regularly teaches and directs at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, where he oversees OSF’s Acting Company Trainee Program, and where he has staged Twelfth Night, Philadelphia Story, Ghosts, Anton in Show Business, and Three Sisters.
Scott has spent several months working with University of Oregon student actors, directing Tom Stoppard’s award winning play Arcadia for University Theatre. Made possible by the generous support of the Jon Steingart Artist in Residence Fund.
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