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Scott Working


Scott Working is a playwright, actor and director. He has performed throughout Omaha since the late 1980s.  Most recently he directed and was a part of the ensemble in Ellen Struve’s Nobody Gets Paid at the Shelterbelt Theatre, he performed in Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol under the direction of Kevin Lawler at the Blue Barn Theatre, he played the Mayor in the Brigit St. Brigit’s production of Enemy of the People, and he was part of the ensemble in Almost, Maine at the Omaha Community Playhouse.  Scott is a founding member of the Islesford Theatre Project in Islesford, Maine, a summer theatre on Little Cranberry Island. While finishing up his undergraduate study at the University of Nebraska–Omaha´s Writer´s Workshop, he founded the Shelterbelt Theatre. In 2000, he received an M.F.A. from the University of Iowa´s Playwright´s Workshop. Currently, he’s the Theatre Program Coordinator and full-time Theatre Instructor at Metropolitan Community College and Playlab/Workshop Coordinator of the Great Plains Theatre Conference.