R. Scott Williams

Scott Williams lives a bi-urban life, splitting time between DC and NY, but he is always eager to drop everything for a chance to perform at SSMT. In addition to his work at Shenandoah, Winchester audiences may also recognize him from his appearances with the late lamented Wayside Theatre in Middletown (Man of La Mancha, The Nerd, Black Coffee). Scott has performed with most of the major theaters in DC, including Arena Stage (Christmas at the Old Bull and Bush), The Shakespeare Theatre Company (Macbeth, Henry V, All’s Well That Ends Well, Volpone), Olney Theatre Center (Of Mice and Men, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Witness for the Prosecution), Washington Stage Guild (Opus, Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime), and many others. He has performed in 46 states courtesy of two national tours, and has given hundreds of performances of Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center. Scott is proud to have performed a concert version of 1776 at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, and to have performed at the Supreme Court, where he warbled selections from Gilbert and Sullivan for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s birthday party (you haven’t lived until you’ve been frisked by the Secret Service). Scott’s work in New York City includes classics such as Richard III, Julius Caesar, Three Musketeers, King Lear, She Stoops to Conquer (all for Hudson Warehouse), Taming of the Shrew, King Lear, A Christmas Carol, Richard III (all for Titan Theatre Company), as well as A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Shakespeare Forum. He is proud to have received a New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination for Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role for his performance in Boys of a Certain Age. Film and TV appearances include Veep, My One and Only, A Modest Suggestion, The West Wing, The Wire, and John Waters’s Pecker.


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Associated Productions
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (2015)
Big River (1997)
Brigadoon (2003)
Bye Bye Birdie (2007)
Once Upon a Mattress (1999)

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