Scott Shipman

Scott Shipman Scott received a BFA in theatrical performance from Southwest Texas State University and has worked as a professional actor and director all around the United States in the years since. He has resided and worked in the Austin since 2005 as an actor, director, voice actor and acting coach in central Texas.


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BWW Review: YOU CAN'T DO THAT DAN MOODY Wins Its Case at the Georgetown Palace TheatreBWW Review: YOU CAN'T DO THAT DAN MOODY Wins Its Case at the Georgetown Palace Theatre
Posted: Sep. 11, 2017


BWW Review: THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS at TexARTS is A Rip-Roaring RompBWW Review: THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS at TexARTS is A Rip-Roaring Romp
Posted: Aug. 21, 2017


BWW Review: THIS RANDOM WORLD Soars at Austin PlayhouseBWW Review: THIS RANDOM WORLD Soars at Austin Playhouse
Posted: Sep. 10, 2017


BWW Review: CHICAGO at The City Theatre Lacks the Razzle DazzleBWW Review: CHICAGO at The City Theatre Lacks the Razzle Dazzle
Posted: Aug. 21, 2017


BWW Review: YOU CAN'T DO THAT DAN MOODY Wins Its Case at the Georgetown Palace TheatreBWW Review: YOU CAN'T DO THAT DAN MOODY Wins Its Case at the Georgetown Palace Theatre
September 11, 2017

The Georgetown Palace Theatre has teamed up with The Williamson Museum to mount a production of YOU CAN'T DOTHAT DAN MOODY at the beautiful and historic Williamson County Courthouse. A story of the significant trial and ruling that resulted in the first conviction of KKK members for vigilante 'justice' in the country, this show is not only unfortunately timely but it is also an interesting and well formed evening of theater.

BWW Review: THIS RANDOM WORLD Soars at Austin PlayhouseBWW Review: THIS RANDOM WORLD Soars at Austin Playhouse
September 10, 2017

This Random World, the new Steven Dietz play that kicked off Austin Playhouse's 18th season on September 8th, is a well paced and finely built show. The production at Austin Playhouse, utilizing a handful of skilled actors and minimalistic set, deftly crafts a consistently interesting and entertaining show that captivates the audience as it unfolds.

BWW Review: CHICAGO at The City Theatre Lacks the Razzle DazzleBWW Review: CHICAGO at The City Theatre Lacks the Razzle Dazzle
August 21, 2017

CHICAGO opened at The City Theatre this past weekend, and despite the fact that the show can work well in a small, minimalistic setting I am very sorry that I have to say that for me the potential for this production is clear, but the execution is lacking.

BWW Review: THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS at TexARTS is A Rip-Roaring RompBWW Review: THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS at TexARTS is A Rip-Roaring Romp
August 21, 2017

Director Sarah Gay has deftly manipulated this show so that it works very well in the intimate theater out in Lakeway, and she has crafted a bright, entertaining piece that is full of fun and embraces a sense of stubborn nostalgia for small town Texas.

BWW Review: MAN OF LA MANCHA Dares to Dream at The Georgetown Palace TheatreBWW Review: MAN OF LA MANCHA Dares to Dream at The Georgetown Palace Theatre
April 16, 2017

The show, for those unfamiliar, is inspired by the seventeenth century literary masterpiece Don Quixote and its author Miguel de Cervantes. It is not a faithful retelling of that work, but rather presented as a play within a play as we see Cervantes himself and his fellow prisoners performing his story as they await trial by the Spanish Inquisition.

BWW Review: CABARET is sultry and enticing at Mary Moody Northern TheaterBWW Review: CABARET is sultry and enticing at Mary Moody Northern Theater
April 9, 2017

CABARET playing at the Mary Moody Northern Theater at St. Edward's University is a vibrant, poignant and heart breaking rendition that the department has tackled with a wonderful spirit.

BWW Review: DEATH OF A SALESMAN is Unapologetic and Unafraid at Austin PlayhouseBWW Review: DEATH OF A SALESMAN is Unapologetic and Unafraid at Austin Playhouse
March 6, 2017

With the current production of this show at Austin Playhouse the company requires, or even demands, that the audience leave the theater with a multitude of thoughts whirling in their mind. I left the theater in two minds about what I have seen. There were elements and moments that viscerally affected me and gave me a multitude of things to think about, and there were also moments that just as noticeably didn't land for me, and that gave me a multitude of things to think about too.