Scott Sedar

Scott (John Barron) performs in many of Washington’s professional theatres, as well as appearing in two national tours. His dramatic credits include Oberon, in Maryland Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Nights’ Dream; Karenin in Anna Karenin at Washington Stage Guild; Dr. Sanderson in Harvey at Woolly Mammoth Theatre; Little John in Robin Hood at Round House Theatre; Beethoven in The Lives of the Great Composers at New Playwright’s Theatre. As a performer in musicals, he has taken on the dual roles of Don Quixote/Miguel Cervantes in the Washington Savoyard production of Man of La Mancha; Michael in the musical I Do, I Do, at Fredericksburg Summer Theatre; Baldamar, in Dreams of a Summer House at Rep Stage; Bishop in Floyd Collins, at Signature Theatre; and Bartolo, in Marriage of Figaro, Vegas Version for the InSeries, among others. As a children’s theatre performer he originated the title role in the The Emperor’s New Clothes, an opera commissioned by the Kennedy Center theatre for young audience for a 32-city tour. Scott was a part of the Center’s first theatre for young audience tour — The Red Badge of Courage. As a guest artist and collaborator, he appeared as Joseph Cornell in the Round House Theatre/ University of Maryland production of Hotel Cassiopeia; he helped create Low Tide Hotel and Far Far Oasis for Happenstance Theatre Company; and he continues to work with the Smithsonian Associates on a series of literary performances featuring the works of famous authors: Mark Twain, Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Allen Poe, Wm. Butler Yeats and Ernest Hemingway. For the past two summers, he has worked with Roberta Gaspare and the Washington Revels in the development and presentation of a commemorative concert performance featuring choral music of the Civil War and a surprise appearance by Abraham Lincoln and his secretary John Nickolay.

Scott is a member of Actors’ Equity Association.

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