Stage

History

2017

  • Staged Reading of ANIMALS OUT OF PAPER: Andy (Everyman Repertory Theatre)
  • Encore Staged Reading of ANIMALS OUT OF PAPER: Andy (ERT Overseas Tour)
  • THE RESISTABLE RISE OF ARTURO UI: Young Dogsborough, Greenwool, Inna, Court Physician, Cicero Grocer (ERT)
    • Performances October 27, 28 & November 3, 4, 10, 11 at the Bicknell Building, Rockland, Maine

2016

  • THE MAIN(E) DISH: Tyler Davis (Belfast Maskers)
  • Staged Musical Reading of THE NIGHT KITCHEN: Art, Richard, Peanut, Don Fusilli (A John Burstein Production)
  • THE ADDAMS FAMILY: Uncle Fester (Belfast Maskers)
  • Staged Reading of THE BEST MAN: Dick Jensen (Everyman Repertory Theatre)
  • THE NIGHT KITCHEN: J.P. (A John Burstein Production)

2015

  • JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR: Jesus (Oceanside Summer Theatre)

2014

  • A SOLDIER’S TALE: Soldier (Everyman Repertory Theatre)

2013

  • A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Fred, Scavenger, Various (Mid Coast Actors’ Studio)
  • DRACULA: Jonathan Harker (A John Burstein Production)
  • YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN: Charlie Brown (Camden Civic Theatre)
    Promotional Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjsMEy0Q7s4
  • THE LION IN WINTER: Geoffrey (Camden Civic Theatre)

2012

  • A NEW VAUDEVILLE REVUE: Viking Lumber employee, Alfredo, Maid Marion, Himself (The Usual Suspects – Belfast American Legion Stage)
  • MACBETH: Macduff (Camden Civic Theatre)
  • Staged Reading of THE AMERICAN CLOCK: Ted Quinn (Belfast Senior College – Belfast Free Library’s 125th Anniversary)
  • ARSENIC & OLD LACE: Mortimer Brewster (Marsh River Theater)
  • NOT FAMOUS (yet): Tyler, Ryan (Staged readings, UU Church, Belfast, Maine)
  • A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Fred, Scavenger, Various (Camden Opera House)

2011

  • 84 CHARING CROSS ROAD: William Humphries (Everyman Repertory Theatre)
  • ROMEO & JULIET: Romeo (Camden Civic Theatre)
  • Reading of NO MAN’S LAND: Alejandro (Sound Stage, Maine Media Workshops + College)
  • A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Fred, Scavenger, Various (Everyman Repertory Theatre Benefit at Camden Opera House)

2010

  • CONVERSATION AT MIDNIGHT: Lucas (Everyman Repertory Theatre) (March 12-27: Tour Locations: Camden First Congregational Church/Farnsworth Auditorium, Rockland/Camden Public Library/Skidompha Library, Damariscotta/Hutchinson Center, Belfast/Unity Performing Arts Centre, (Including MPBN Radio interview with cast))
  • THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR: Master Ford (Camden Civic Theatre)
  • THE INFERNO BAR & GRILL: Sam (Midcoast Seaside Theatre)
  • POETRY & MUSIC: THE BARD AND OTHER MUSES: Excerpts from The Tempest, Cymbeline, Twelfth Night and As You Like It (Ave Maris Stella/VoXX) High Mountain Hall, Camden/Belfast Free Library
  • GODSPELL: John the Baptist, Judas (Camden Civic Theatre)
  • A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE: Pablo (Camden Civic Theatre)
  • THE NUTCRACKER: Drosselmeyer (Atlantic Ballet Company)

2009

  • MeACTs (Maine Assoc. of Community Theater Festival): Scenes from ‘KING LEAR’: Edgar (CCT)
  • LE PETITE BALLON ROUGE: Pierre Toulouse (P2P Dance, Camden Opera House)
  • KING LEAR: Edgar (Camden Civic Theatre)
  • SWEENEY TODD: Judge Turpin (Camden Civic Theatre)
  • THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER: Richard Stanley, Beverly Carlton (Everyman Repertory Theatre)

2008

  • MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 (Colonial Theater) (Set to local-related films Thinner, Man Without a Face andPeyton Place)
  • THE MAIN(E) DISH: Convict (Dreamland Stage, Colonial Theater, Belfast, ME.) (This was a television pilot episode performed during the first annual Comic Arts Laugh Festival in Belfast)
  • ALMOST, MAINE: Steve, Randy, Dave(Belfast Maskers)
  • CAROUSEL: Enoch Snow (Belfast Maskers) (Including a radio commercial for WBACH 99.3 and FRANK FM 105.5)
  • TRUE WEST: Lee (Belfast Maskers)
  • THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS: Mr. Toad (Belfast Maskers)

2007

  • HARD TIMES (adaptation ofThe Full Monty): Gaz (Belfast Maskers)
  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM: Bottom the Weaver (Belfast Maskers)
  • THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES: Monkey (Belfast Maskers)

2004

  • DIE DREIGROSCHENOPER (Three Penny Opera): Vorspeil, Gangster (Mount View H.S., Mount Holyoke College) (Awarded 1st place at the 27th Deutsches Theaterfest, German One-Act Festival at Mount Holyoke College)
  • HOSPITAL: Husband, Vampire (Marsh River Theater Camp)

2003

  • COUNTRY GOTHIC: Jeremiah (Mount View H.S.)
  • INTO THE WOODS: Wolf, Prince Charming (Unity Performing Arts Center)
  • GOING FOR BROKE: Elwood Webb (Marsh River Theater Camp)
  • Scene from ARSENIC & OLD LACE: Mortimer Brewster (Marsh River Theater Camp)
  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM: Oberon (Mount View H.S.)

2002

  • A CANTERBURY TALE FROM THE WIFE OF BATH: Merlin (Mount View H.S.)
  • LIMBO: Shad (Mount View H.S.)
  • THE NITWITS: Milton Geer (Marsh River Theater Camp)
  • THE YOUNG AMERICANS: Various (Hampden Academy)
  • ONCE UPON A MATTRESS: Sir Harry (Mount View H.S.)

2001

  • ARSENIC & OLD LACE: Mortimer Brewster (Mount View H.S.)
  • THE EXPLORATOR’S CLUB: George Darnley (Marsh River Theater Camp)
  • BECAUSE WE BELIEVE: Angel (Brooks Bible Church)
  • ANYTHING GOES: Sir Evelyn Oakleigh (Mount View H.S.)

2000

  • YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU: Kolenkhov (The Community Players)
  • BYE BYE BIRDIE: Mr. McAfee (Mount View H.S.)

1999-2000

  • STARLIGHT PRODUCTIONS (dance & vocal troup) (Tommorowland Stage, Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL./Universe Stage, Carnival Fantasy Cruise, Nassau, Bahamas/Music video & soundtrack filmed & recorded at Great Skates, Bangor, ME.)

1999

  • ARSENIC & OLD LACE: Herbert Einstein (The Community Players)
  • FANCY’S HOLIDAY, OU EST LE SOLEIL?: Fairy, Howler, Cayman (Belfast Maskers)
  • CINDERELLA: Pierre (Marsh River Theater Camp)
  • THE YOUNG AMERICANS: Ringo Starr, Opera Viking (Hampden Academy)

1998

  • A WORK OF ART: Doctor Koshelkov (Marsh River Theater Camp)
  • ANYTHING GOES: Sailor (The Community Players)

1997

  • HOW THE ZODIAC CAME TO BE: Horse (Marsh River Theater Camp)

1996

  • THREE RUSTY NAILS: Soldier (Brooks Bible Church)

1995

  • RAINBOW PLANET: Tree, Granny Goose (Morse Memorial Elementary)

 

Production Staff/Crew

2016

  • BROADWAY BOUND:  Stage Director (Ordinary Rabbits)

2014

  • FIDDLER ON THE ROOF JR:  Stage Director (Riley School Children’s Theater)

2013

  • THE BIG BAD MUSICAL: Stage Director (Riley School Children’s Theater)
  • THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE: Stage Director (Riley School Children’s Theater)

2012

  • ROGUE OF THE RAILWAY: Stage Director (Riley School Children’s Theater)
  • THE VELVETEEN RABBIT: Stage Director (Riley School Children’s Theater))
  • WELCOME TO BEDSIDE MANOR: Stage Director (Riley School Children’s Theater)
  • COLLEGE FOR KIDS: Drama Director (Riley School)
  • FUNNY GIRL: Lighting Operator (Northport Music Theater)
  • BAH, HUMBUG!: Stage Director (Riley School Children’s Theater)

2011

  • Inaugural Maine Student Acting Competition: Judge (Troy A. Howard Middle School)
  • PETER PAN THE MUSICAL: Director (Camden Civic Theatre)
  • COLLEGE FOR KIDS: Drama Director (Riley School)

2009

  • WILLY WONKA JR: Stage construction, painting & design (Troy Howard Middle School)
  • CRIMES OF THE HEART: Light/Sound (Belfast Maskers)

2003

  • JECKYLL, NO PLACE TO HIDE: Senior Director (Marsh River Theater Camp)

2000

  • THE WIZARD OF OZ: Intern (Marsh River Theater Camp)

1998

  • PERIL AT PUMPERNICKLE PASS: Pianist (Marsh River Theater Camp)

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PAST REVIEWS

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2010

GODSPELL : CAMDEN CIVIC THEATRE:

From THE HERALD GAZETTE dated August 17th, 2010 by Dagney C. Ernest

Article: ‘Godspell’ Charms at Camden Opera House

Taking up less stage time yet holding the stage fast when there is Scott Anthony Smith, who starts off the show as John the Baptist and ends up as Judas. Williams’ Jesus is a tender lad and when Smith‘s brooding Judas engages him in several bits of foreshadowing, it instantly changes the demeanor of the show for a moment.

THE INFERNO BAR & GRILL: MIDCOAST SEASIDE THEATRE:

From THE HERALD GAZETTE dated May 17th, 2010 by Dagney C. Ernest

Article: “Fresh Hell at the Opera House”

* On this night at the bar, the members of a romantic triangle show up one by one. I don’t want to give away too much here, but these scenes are funny and poignant, played by strong actors who keep things from getting too obvious.

Scott Anthony Smith establishes the pattern, escorted in by the “Shrouded Figure” (Widdecombe in Grim Reaper mode), shuffling in deadpan then awakened to the new situation by a finger snap. A drink is offered that seems to lift the veil of memory, allowing the new arrival to remember what he or she was doing just before arrival. The Seven Deadly Sins take appropriate interest as the stories are told. While Dante does his best to help the arrivals make their cases, it’s clear that those who heeded these Seven in life still are susceptible to them.

Jennifer True is next to arrive, playing a woman as brittle as her acrylic nails. Both she and Smith give their characters more facets than the script does, which added to our feeling of foreboding even as we laughed at the many funny lines…There are clever bits tossed in the mix throughout the play such as the fact the bar’s cook can whip up absolutely anything in an instant. In Scott‘s case, it is the biscuits his character’s mother used to make. *

THE INFERNO BAR & GRILL: MIDCOAST SEASIDE THEATRE:

From BANGOR DAILY NEWS dated May 18th, 2010 by Judy Harrison

Article: “Playwrights mix with sin in ‘Inferno Bar & Grill’ “

* The 90-minute play had its world premiere last Friday at the Camden Opera House…The play is neither a comedy nor a drama but a combination of the two. True, Todd Martin, 38, of Rockland and Scott Anthony Smith, 25, of Brooks have the most serious roles. Their characters, caught in a love triangle, pass through the “Inferno Bar & Grill.”

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR: CAMDEN CIVIC THEATRE:

From THE HERALD GAZETTE dated April 15th, 2010 by Dagney C. Ernest

Article: “Comedy Reigns at Camden Opera House”

* …Scott Anthony Smith‘s Master Ford is a jealous man. Smith has the job of playing the closest thing this play has to a heavy and he seems to relish the juiciness of the role while keeping just this side of Othello. Brooks, the alter ego Ford uses to egg Falstaff on, is presented as a cowpoke complete with 10-gallon hat and Naugahyde chaps…That audience was clearly engaged and enjoying itself all evening and you can’t ask for much more than that.

2009

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER: EVERYMAN REPERTORY THEATRE:

From THE HERALD GAZETTE dated November 24th, 2009 by Elisabeth Goodridge

* Kudos, first of all, to the Everyman Repertory Theatre for its brave choice of the classic, yet seldom-seen “The Man Who Came to Dinner,”…..packed with historical references in a way that stays true to the original style while still engaging contemporary audiences…..the laughs range from pure physical comedy to the more savvy and sophisticated irony dished up by the characters and situations. This cast was excellent in creating believable as well as outlandish characters, and the dual roles some played gave actors including Scott Anthony Smith and director David Troup a chance to show off their considerable dramatic ranges.

From ERT Board Member:

“Loved all the newcomers, or new to me at least: Scott is a real find.”

SWEENEY TODD: CAMDEN CIVIC THEATRE:

From THE HERALD GAZETTE dated August 12th, 2009 by Dagney C. Ernest

*…Hovering around that trio and the loving couple is The Man, as represented by the local Judge and Beadle. Scott Anthony Smith‘s Judge Turpin is one-note creepy, except when he lets his guard down for the beautiful and foreboding “Pretty Women” duet with Sweeney.

2008

TRUE WEST: BELFAST MASKERS:

From BANGOR DAILY NEWS dated October 15th, 2008 by Judy Harrison

*Scott Anthony Smith is excellent as Lee, the uneducated, uncouth older brother who has failed at everything but drinking and pushing his brother’s buttons. Smith looks a little like a fireplug, the kind of guy who played football or soccer in high school. He inhabits Lee as if the character were a favorite sweat shirt.

*Smith is a menacing pit bull one moment, a persuasive con man the next. The actor is so good at disappearing into the character theatergoers can almost see the cogs turning in Lee’s head as he charms a movie producer into buying his unwritten screenplay.

ALMOST, MAINE: BELFAST MASKERS:

From THE REPUBLICAN JOURNAL dated May 2008 by Kim Fletcher

Article:  Not Almost About Love, it’s ‘Almost, Maine’

* Another standout and extremely funny vignette finds Randy (Scott Smith) and Chad (Erik Perkins) as compatriots who become bowled over in “They Fell.” These two actors are outstanding in all their roles, with Perkins also playing the man in “Story of Hope,” and Smith is great as Steve.

2007

THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES: BELFAST MASKERS:

From THE REPUBLICAN JOURNAL dated December 6th, 2007 by Kim Fletcher

Article: ‘Emperor’s New Clothes’ a Fresh Take

* There are lots of enchanting production elements in Duffield’s version, including Sunita’s pet monkey played by Scott Smith, who is a scene-stealer. His movements and affect are totally believable in this non-verbal, most demandingly physical role, and the children couldn’t get enough of his antics.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM: BELFAST MASKERS:

From THE WALDO INDEPENDENT dated July 14th, 2007

Scott Smith is a local freelance photographer who also aspires to great exposure on stage. “That’s a bit of an inside joke,” Smith explains. An actor and singer, he recently had a very revealing role in “Hard Times,” a stage version of the popular movie, “The Full Monty” at the Maskers Waterfront Theater. Smith grew up in Brooks, attended Marsh River Theater Camp for eight summers, and performed with the Mt. View High School Chamber Singers. He is especially pleased to have another opportunity at “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” after playing the part of Oberon in a much-abbreviated version at MVHS. Since graduating in 2004, he’s been appearing with Impromptu, an a cappella singing group.

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