Scott Pask Biography

Gender: Male

Mr. Pask is one of the most respected designers working in theatre and opera today. Most recently he designed for The Book of Mormon, Roundabout's Broadway revival of The Ritz, the new Mamet play, November (both directed by Joe Mantello, his frequent collaborator), and the new musical Cry-Baby. He won a Tony, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards for his scenic design for Lincoln Center's production of Tom Stoppard trilogy The Coast of Utopia. Later in 2008, his design for the Metropolitan Opera's new production of Peter Grimes will have its premiere. Among his many additional Broadway credits are The Pillowman (Tony Award, Outer Critics Circle nomination), The Vertical Hour, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, The Wedding Singer (Drama Desk nomination), Sweet Charity (Drama Desk nomination), La Cage Aux Folles, Urinetown, Take Me Out (Drama Desk nomination), Little Shop of Horrors, Nine (Outer Critics Circle nomination), Kiki and Herb: Alive on Broadway, and Amour (Drama Desk nomination). Mr. Pask also designed Blackbird (Drama Desk nomination), Pig Farm (Roundabout), Kaos (N.Y. Theatre Workshop), Lovesong (West End), On an Average Day (West End), Tales from Hollywood (Donmar Warehouse), bash (Almeida Theatre, N.Y., L.A.), The Mineola Twins, Albert Herring (Opera North, U.K.), The Underpants, The Bomb-itty of Errors, The Donkey Show, Slanguage, The Gimmick, Love's Fowl, The Beginning of August and Refuge.