Scott Pask has designed over 50 Broadway productions, and has been awarded three Tony Awards for his designs of The Book of Mormon, The Coast of Utopia, and The Pillowman.
Selected credits include: The Bands Visit, Mean Girls, Oh Hello!, Saint Joan, The Little Foxes, , Blackbird, Waitress, The Father (MTC), Something Rotten, An Act of God, and Finding Neverland, The Father, Its Only a Play, The Visit - Drama Desk nominee, Airline Highway, Pippin - Tony Award Nominee, Nine, Casa Valentina, I’ll Eat You Last, with Bette Midler, A Steady Rain with Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig, A Behanding in Spokane, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Coast of Utopia - Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Hewes Award winner, Promises Promises, Hair, Pal Joey - Tony Nominee, Les Liaisons Dangereuses - Tony Nominee, Drama Desk Award winner, Speed-the-Plow, Take Me Out, Urinetown (Broadway); The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales); The Same Deep Water As Me, Take Me Out, Tales from Hollywood (Donmar); The Pillowman (National Theatre); Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve); The Country Girl (Apollo); HAIR (Gielgud); Barnum(Chichester Festival Theatre/UK Tour); On An Average Day (Pinter); Albert Herring (Opera North); Bash (Almeida). He has received multiple Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics Circle, Bessie, and Henry Hewes Awards
Additional productions include Peter Grimes (Metropolitan Opera); Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna (Worldwide, incl. Royal Albert Hall), Bottega Veneta’s Spring Summer 2018 collection show in New York, and for Netflix: John Mulaney’s Kid Gorgeous at Radio City Music Hall, and Oh Hello!
Scott’s work has been featured in numerous national and international publications and textbooks, and his work has been exhibited at the Prague Quadrennial, Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, Leslie Lohman Museum in New York City, Gallery Met at the Metropolitan Opera, and is featured in the permanent collection of the McNay Art Museum in Texas. He has his bachelors of Architecture from the University of Arizona, His Masters of Fine Arts from Yale University, and Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the University of Arizona.