Krista Scott

Associate Professor
Theatre
ELH 214

krista.scott@tcu.edu | 817-257-5873

Education

MFA, Acting, University of Minnesota
BFA, Theatre, Emporia State University
Certified Instructor of Fitzmaurice Voicework

Courses Taught

Voice & Speech I
Dialects for the Stage
Acting III
Acting I

Areas of Focus

Voice & Speech, Dialects, Fitzmaurice Voicework, Acting in Period Styles, Acting Shakespeare, Directing.

Playwriting: WILDE WOMEN

Circle Theatre, Fort Worth: RASHEEDA SPEAKING, FUNNYMAN, I AND YOU, VENUS IN FUR, EXIT, PURSUED BYA BEAR.

Amphibian Stage, Fort Worth: I’LL EAT YOU LAST, MR. & MRS. FITCH.

Stage West, Fort Worth: THE HEIR APPARENT.

Shakespeare Dallas: THE KING’S FACE, MACBETH (staged reading),

CORIOLANUS (staged reading).

Column Awards: Best Actress: WIT, 2013 FW Star Telegram Best Plays: 2016: #2 FUNNYMAN; 2013 WIT

Certified Instructor: Fitzmaurice Voicework, 2000-present.

Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers: associate member.

Voice and Speech Trainers Association: member (1997 – present).

Actor’s Equity Association Membership Candidate.

VASTA board member 2009-2015; treasurer 2006-2009.

Presentation workshops conducted each semester for Brite Divinity School Homiletics and Sermon classes.

Staged Reading for Amphibean Stage.

Teacher for Summer Stage teen acting classes at Dallas Theater Center, 2015.