Artist Profiles

Scott Pask

Scott Pask is making his Steppenwolf Theatre Company debut. Chicago credits include The Book of Mormon (Broadway in Chicago); and The Barber of Seville (Lyric Opera of Chicago). With Joe Mantello he has designed Casa Valentina, I’ll Eat You Last (New York; Los Angeles), Pal Joey (Tony Award nomination—Best Scenic Design of a Musical), 9 to 5, The Ritz, Take Me Out (New York; London), Blackbird, November, Bash (New York; London) and The Mineola Twins. Select Broadway credits include It’s Only a Play, Pippin (Tony Award nomination—Best Scenic Design of a Musical), Macbeth (Lincoln Center Theater); The Book of Mormon (Tony Award—Best Scenic Design of a Play; also London and National Tours), The Pillowman (Tony Award—Best Scenic Design of a Play; also National Theatre London), The House of Blue Leaves, A Behanding in Spokane, Promises Promises, A Steady Rain, HAIR, Speed the Plow, Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Tony Award nomination—Best Scenic Design of a Play, Drama Desk Award), The Coast of Utopia (Tony Award—Best Scenic Design of a Play, Drama Desk Award , Outer Critics Circle Award, Hewes Awards), The Vertical Hour, Martin Short…, Cry Baby, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Nine and Urinetown. Other credits include Peter Grimes (The Metropolitan Opera) and Amaluna (Cirque du Soleil).

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Scott Pask

Past Productions