Scott Allen Curry

Long time friend, first time collaborating artist with So Say We All, Scott Allen Curry continues to expand minds and hearts with what can be done on an ordinary piece of blank stage. A musical theatre performer and director, Scott is a graduate of the High School/Academy of Performing Arts in Huntington Beach, California. Across the country, Scott has been seen on stage with various comedy improv troupes — Knock Your Socks Off (KYSOff), Quick Wits, HomeBrew, The Hook — before founding 3.2 Improv & Theatre with Jake Arky in 2003. The ensemble went on to win the 2004 Slammy Award for Best Improv Troupe. Musical theatre directing credits include “Lucky Stiff” (2004), “Zorba The Greek” (2006), and “Cabaret” (2007) for Wasatch Theatre Company. He was last seen on stage as Tolstoy, the homicidal puppet bat, in the musical “Hands Up” (Starry-Eye Puppets) and on screen in the indie film “The Tale of Don Giovanni: The Indomitable Hipster”. Scott will be producing theatre on the West Coast again after finishing his third year as the Theatre Arts Teacher at Washington Elementary School in Salt Lake City, Utah.