Scott Pask is a Tony-award winning scenic designer and the creative mind behind some of Broadway’s most acclaimed productions, including The Book of Mormon, Mean Girls, The Band’s Visit, Waitress, Something Rotten and The Prom.
Raised in Yuma Arizona, Scott received his Bachelor Of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona, and his Master of Fine Arts degree from the Yale School of Drama.
Pask’s work is the result of in-depth research and the meticulous discipline of a trained architect. His projects evoke a genuine appreciation for the arts, architecture, design and the theater—a unique blend of creative disciplines that, when translated to the stage, allows audiences into the protagonist’s world through powerful and endless imagination. His international portfolio includes the “Cirque du Soleil: Amaluna” tour in Montreal. Bette Midler, Stockard Channing, Martha Plimpton, Nathan Lane and Hugh Jackman are among those who have performed in productions that Scott has designed.
The assembly of people, the collaborative and creative process continues to drive Scott’s design curiosity on-and-off the stage, finding infinite possibilities to create truly unique storytelling that it is constantly shifting and transforming.
We visited Scott at his home in the East Village.
Scott wears sweater No. 02