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Campbell Scott's stage credits.

This is an incomplete listing, please email if you have anything to add or correct.

  • Plymouth Theatre.September 1982. New York City. Ugo Betti's  Queen and the Rebels - as a soldier. Colleen Dewhurst was the lead. Details at the Internet Theater Database ITDB. 
  • Music Box Theater.12/12/85- 3/29/86.  Noel Coward's Hay Fever - as Sandy Tyrell. ITDB. 
  • La Jolla Playhouse. 1986. San Diego, California.  Gillette.    
  • La Jolla Playhouse. 1987. San Diego, California. Moliere's School for Wives. 
  • The Christian C. Yegan Theatre (off-broadway). January 1987. New York City. Roundabout Theater Company. A Man For All Seasons. Directed by Paul Giovanni, starred Phil Bosco. 
  • The Long Wharf Theater.  March 13, 1987-?. New Haven, CT. Dalliance, an by Tom Stoppard of Schnitzler's Liebelei .  Co-starred Stanley Tucci.
  • Neil Simon Theatre (and Yale Repertory Theater?).June 1988.  New York City.  Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night - as Edmund Tyrone, opposite Colleen Dewhurst as Mary Tyrone. N.Y.Times review by Frank Rich. ITDB.

    Cast of O'Neill Plays

  • Neil Simon Theatre.June 1988.  New York City.  Eugene O'Neill's Ah, Wilderness! With Colleen Dewhurst and Kyra Sedgwick. ITDB. 
  • Lincoln Center. 2/3/89-5/7/89.  New York City. Shakespeare's Measure For Measure - as Angelo.
  • Old Globe Theater, San Diego.1990.  Shakespeare's Hamlet - in title role (won the San Diego Drama Critics Award for Best Actor).
  • Shakespeare Marathon.1991.  New York City. Pericles: Prince of Tyre - in title role. (Theatrical history of Pericles.) ITDB
  • Playwrights Horizons, in NYC. 1992-93 season. Neal Bell's On The Bum with John Benjamin Hickey.
  • Huntington Theatre.1996.  Boston, Massachussetts. Hamlet - in title role. 
  • Zellerbach Theater, Annenberg Center.April 20, 1994 (close date unknown).  Philadelphia Drama Guild. Shakespeare's Othello- as Iago. Directed by Mary B. Robinson.
  • Williamstown Theatre Festival. July 24-August 4, 1996. Williamstown, Massachussetts.  Miss Julie, by August Strindberg, adapted and directed by Campbell Scott.- also in role of Jean. Music by Gary DeMichele.     
  • Williamstown Theatre Festival. 7/9/97-7/20/97.  Sidney Kingsley's Dead End - as Baby-face Martin. Curtain Up review of the performance. Photo of the production (Is Campbell is the tall moustached one at stage right?). A Boston Phoenix review by Carolyn Clay 9/21/00.  
  • Williamstown Theatre Festival. 7/28/04-8/08/04. Williamstown, Massachusetts. Noel Coward's Design for Living as Otto.

    Off-Broadway (insufficient information)
    - Copperhead
    - The Last Outpost
    - Paradise ForThe Worried

  • Broadway (insufficient information)
    - Stoppard's The Real Thing (understudy)

    Miscellaneous theater credits:
    - Our Town Seattle Repertory Theater, opposite
    Laura Innes.
    - The Recruiting Officer - director.
    - Snake Pit - director.

    Miscellaneous public/stage appearances:

    • Circle in the Square.  5/20/96. 45th Anniversary Gala: "Earlier in the evening Campbell Scott, son of Scott and Dewhurst, and Philip Bosco perform "Brush Up Your Circle". The two actors sing of Circle's past, but in a touching way, they also represent the company's present and future."
    • Primary Stages 9/8/99. 15th Anniversary Gala Benefit.
    • National Arts Club in NYC.  9/26/01. Reading of Harold Pinter's The Dwarf. A Food For Thought production.
    • Fleetwood Stage.  05/16-5/17/02. Reading of A.R. Gurney's Love Letters at a benefit for the New Rochelle, NY theater. Campbell played Andrew; Meg was played by Mary Denham and Catherine Hickland. Fan photos from the second performance night.

    Huntington Theatre site, for schedule information.
    The Public Theater site, the Scott family stomping grounds.

  • Campbell Scott and Stanley Tucci
    Queen and the Rebels

    Campbell Scott and Colleen Dewhurst
    Long Day's Journey into Night

    Campbell Scott in Theatre Week

    Theater World

    Design for Living

    "Theater is like an athletic event: you prepare, you rehearse and then you do it." ~ Campbell Scott