Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott starred as Adam Hochberg An American In Paris on Broadway and the National Tour. He was featured in Sondheim On Sondheim, conceived and directed by James Lapine, with a star-studded cast including Barbara Cook and Vanessa Williams. Matt also appeared on Broadway in A Catered Affair, and in the original company of Jersey Boys, as well as Bess Wohl’s Tony Nominated Grand Horizons starring Jane Alexander. On the West End in London, Matt starred as Lee in I Loved Lucy at the Arts Theatre. Matthew’s many Regional credits include: The Light In The Piazza (Philadelphia Theatre Company for which he received a Barrymore Award); Saturday Night (York Theater Co.); BeachesCompanyACE Side By Side By Sondheim, andRagtime (all at the Signature Theatre); Chaplin (La Jolla Playhouse – San Diego Critics Nom.); First You Dream: The Music of Kander & Ebb (The Kennedy Center); A Wonderful Life (Goodspeed Opera House); Eden and Unknown Soldier (The O’Neill Theatre Center); RagtimeMy Fair Lady and Carousel (all at Paper Mill Playhouse); West Side Story (The Muny – Kevin Kline Award Nom.); Legally BlondeSwing!Les Miserables and Sunset Boulevard opposite Liz Callaway (Pittsburgh CLO). Mamma Mia! (TUTS). Matthew has performed with symphonies across the U.S. and in Canada. Television credits include First You Dream: The Music Of Kander & Ebb (PBS), All My Children and appearances on the 2006 and 2009 Tony Awards. Matthew is featured on multiple recordings and soundtracks including Sondheim On SondheimJerome Kern: The Land Where The Good Songs GoNoel And Cole; (all available on iTunes). With Rebecca Luker, he recorded The Enchanted Train by Jerome Kern and P.G. Wodehouse.  Matthew’s debut album, “THE JESUS YEAR – a letter from my dad,” based off his critically acclaimed one man show is available at PS Classics and anywhere you buy and stream music. BroadwayWorld Cabaret says, “The Jesus Year is a masterpiece,” and named it their “Favorite show of the year.” Matthew serves on Faculty at both The Manhattan School of Music and NYU Tisch’s New Studio on Broadway. He is a proud graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama.