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Scott Kurz

Scott Kurz Scott Kurz joined Brigit Saint Brigit (BSB) in its first season 15 years ago and has been a staff/company mainstay ever since. An overview of his own favorite roles at BSB include Christy Mahon in J.M. Synge´s The Playboy of the Western World, Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams´ A Streetcar Named Desire, Iago in Othello, the title roles in Hamlet and Macbeth, Skinner in Friel´s The Freedom of the City, Cripple Billy in Martin McDonagh´s The Cripple of Inishmaan and, most recently, John in Conor McPherson´s Shining City. Kurz is also an accomplished director whose credits include Arthur Miller´s A View from the Bridge, Tennessee Williams´ The Glass Menagerie, Rod Serling´s Requiem for a Heavyweight, Edward Albee´s Who´s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Beth Henley´s Crimes of the Heart, James Goldman´s The Lion in Winter, Henry IV, Part 1, His Girl Friday and Dracula (for which he wrote original adaptations for the stage) and, most recently, John Patrick Shanley´s Doubt: A Parable. From 1999 through 2007, Kurz served as scenic and lighting designer/technical director for BSB; last year, he became executive director. In addition to the responsibilities this brings, he maintains a vital presence onstage and in BSB´s educational programming, utilizing his award-winning teaching experience to excite young people about live theatre.