Scott Andrew Hutchins

Scott Andrew Hutchins

Author, Director, Editor, Film/theatre Journalist, Music Composer, Opera Director, Playwright, Screenwriter, Singer and Theatre Director

New York City, New York

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April 2013
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About Scott

Playwright, screenwriter, video editor, comprimario opera singer, composer. Interested in directing my own screenplays and seeking producers.

Loglines

  • For Guy Maddin

    For Guy Maddin Drama Experimental Independent Silent, black and white/tinted film in which a young professor unfairly loses his job and experiences a Kafkaesque series of events.

  • Misused Minds: Curse of the Educated Youth

    Misused Minds: Curse of the Educated Youth Comedy Drama Experimental Independent Music Other Thriller Visionary, hallucinatory, satirical work exploring the psyches of un- and underemployed college graduates, resulting in protest, musical performances, murder, and attempted suicide.

  • The Life of Timon of Athens

    The Life of Timon of Athens Drama Experimental Independent Shakespeare's tragic tale of a generous soul turned misanthropic when he is betrayed, presented with the original text in a quasi-modern fashion somewhere between Luhrmann and Taymor.

  • The Hollow People

    The Hollow People Adventure Crime Drama Independent Other Short in which a young woman has resorted to bank robbery to keep paying the mortgage on the house she inherited from her parents. She takes an elderly black man hostage, and they develop a sort of Huck/Jim relationship.

  • The Sketch

    The Sketch Adventure Drama Experimental Family Fantasy Horror Independent Music The child of opera singers sees a monster in his room. The father encourages him, while the mother forces him into a sleep clinic. The operas they perform comment on the action.

  • What Killed Bartók

    What Killed Bartók Drama Experimental Independent A young man tells the story of the impact of his father's polycythemia, a disease shared by composer Béla Bartók, whose music is frequently invoked, on his family life. Based on a stage version, it is often presented in an abstract fashion, with chairs for cars, etc.

  • Dhyrak:  A Dramatic Work for Three Players and Camera, Truncated

    Dhyrak: A Dramatic Work for Three Players and Camera, Truncated Drama Experimental Fantasy Other Short homage to Samuel Beckett in which three characters are bound to a tree and tormented by a behind the camera figure known as Dhyrak.

Credits

  • Bank Street Teacher's College Bookstore Promos

    Bank Street Teacher's College Bookstore Promos (2012)
    Commercial by Rebecca Migdal (Short) Editor Promotional videos for Bank Street Bookstore

  • Playing Doctor

    Playing Doctor (2004 - 2011)
    Film by Jazzmyn Banks (Comedy) production assistant A writer reflects on her first love and an STD scare that preceded her first time, including an interminable visit to the office of a doctor in trouble with the law.

  • Messiah

    Messiah (2011)
    Theater by St. Cecilia Chorus/Mark Shapiro Bass chorus Oratorio by George Frideric Handel

  • Die Fledermaus

    Die Fledermaus (2010)
    Theater by Brooklyn Repertory Opera/Charmaine Chester (Music) Singer: Ivan/Bass chorus Operetta by Johann Strauss II

  • For Guy Maddin

    For Guy Maddin (2010)
    Film Written Treatment

  • Ariadne auf Naxos

    Ariadne auf Naxos (2009)
    Theater by Brooklyn Repertory Opera/Brett Wynkoop (Music) Singer: Lakai Opera by Richard Strauss

  • Un Ballo in Maschera

    Un Ballo in Maschera (2009)
    Theater by Brooklyn Repertory Opera/Frank Liska and Max Rosen (Music) Singer: Silvano/Bass Chorus Opera by Giuseppe Verdi

  • Other People

    Other People (2009)
    Film by Cold Grey Studio/Uzo Screenwriter

  • Cavalleria Rusticana

    Cavalleria Rusticana (2008)
    Theater by Brooklyn Repertory Opera/Brett Wynkoop (Music) Singer: Bass chorus Opera by Pietro Mascagni

  • Herbstagg

    Herbstagg (2008)
    Music by Columbia University/Campbell Rightmyer (Music) Baritone Chorus art song by composer Millie Manning and lyricist Morgan Parker Performed live at Columbia University, conducted by Campbell Rightmeyer

  • Orpheus and Euridice

    Orpheus and Euridice (2008)
    Theater by Brooklyn Repertory Opera/Brett Wynkoop (Music) Bass Soloist/Chorus Opera by Christoph WIllibald Gluck

  • Hansel and Gretel

    Hansel and Gretel (2008)
    Theater by Brooklyn Repertory Opera/Brett Wynkoop Set Construction/Painting

  • The Marriage of Figaro

    The Marriage of Figaro (2008)
    Theater by Brooklyn Repertory Opera/Brett Wynkoop (Music) Singer: Antonio/Bass chorus Opera by W.A. Mozart

  • Fidelio

    Fidelio (2007)
    Theater by Brooklyn Repertory Opera/Brett Wynkoop (Music) Singer: Second Prisoner Opera by Ludwig van Beethoven

  • Broken Panes

    Broken Panes (2005)
    Film (short) by The College of Staten Island producer/director/writer/editor/camera

  • Brahms: German Requiem

    Brahms: German Requiem (2004)
    Theater by Eric Kramer (Music) Singer: Bass chorus/concertino group Mass by Johannes Brahms

  • La Traviata

    La Traviata (2004)
    Theater by The Bronx Opera/Nathaniel Merchant (Music) Singer: Dr. Grenvil (cover)/Bass Chorus Opera by Giuseppe Verdi

  • The Sketch

    The Sketch (2004)
    Film Screenwriter

  • Oz En Gage

    Oz En Gage (2004)
    Documentary by The College of Staten Island producer/director/writer/editor/camera

  • Misused Minds:  Curse of the Educated Youth

    Misused Minds: Curse of the Educated Youth (2004)
    Theater Playwright

  • The Skin of Our Teeth

    The Skin of Our Teeth (2003)
    Theater by The College of Staten Island/Maurya Wickstrom stage crew

  • Meeting of Minds

    Meeting of Minds (2003)
    Music by Stage Actors' Workshop/Robert Rini Assistant Director

  • Overtones

    Overtones (2003)
    Television by Stage Actor's Workshop Director

  • On the Trail of John Hunt Morgan

    On the Trail of John Hunt Morgan (2003)
    Theater by WFYI (Documentary and Short) Contributing Producer/Writer/Director

  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Much Ado About Nothing (2002)
    Theater by IUPUI Stagecrafters/Deborah Coatney Composer/Actor: Balthasar

  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Much Ado About Nothing (2001)
    Theater by Shakespeare 2000/Joe Cook (Comedy and Drama) Composer/Actor: Balthasar/Sexton Inspired by the film Old Gringo, Spanish teacher Joe Cook sets Shakespeare's high comedy in 1913 northern Mexico.

  • The Life of Timon of Athens

    The Life of Timon of Athens (2001)
    Film Screenwriter

  • A Christmas Carol

    A Christmas Carol (2000)
    Theater by Indiana Repertory Theatre/Priscilla Lindsay running crew

  • My Brother Was My Mother's Only Child

    My Brother Was My Mother's Only Child (2000)
    Theater by American Cabaret Theatre/Sharon Jean Hamilton assistant director

  • What Killed Bartók

    What Killed Bartók (2000)
    Theater Playwright

  • What Killed Bartók

    What Killed Bartók (2000)
    Film Screenwriter

  • Away from the Prosaic Gas-Light:  A Theatrical Celebration of the Work of L. Frank Baum

    Away from the Prosaic Gas-Light: A Theatrical Celebration of the Work of L. Frank Baum (2000)
    Film (short) Playwright

  • BasCelik: A Folk Tale From Serbia

    BasCelik: A Folk Tale From Serbia (1999)
    Theater by Scott Andrew Hutchins Writer, Puppet design Play for puppet theatre. I wrote the script and built the puppets. The in-class performance was unrehearsed and the only run-through to date.

  • How to Make Dhyrak, a Dramatic Work for Three Players and Camera with Only Two Players, Cracks in the Fourth Wall Filmworks

    How to Make Dhyrak, a Dramatic Work for Three Players and Camera with Only Two Players, Cracks in the Fourth Wall Filmworks (1999)
    Film by IUPUI director/camera/editor/conception

  • Emerald City (excerpt)

    Emerald City (excerpt) (1998)
    Film (short) by Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (Drama) director/lighting designer Theatre directing class project of an excerpt from David Williamson's 1987 play about the screenwriting industry.

  • The Quest for _____

    The Quest for _____ (1998)
    Film (short) by Blank Films (Sci-Fi, Film-Noir and Short) Director/Writer/Actor:Mr. Fake Shemp Meshes of the Afternoon meets The Maltese Falcon. Surrealist film about TraditionalMan's world being affected by the computer age. Note: This is a rough cut with some editing mistakes in it.

Awards

  • Frederick E. Otto Fiction Award
    (2001)

Education

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