Scott Organ

Scott Organ is a New York city based playwright and screenwriter. His plays have been performed and workshopped throughout the United States, Europe and South America and have been commissioned by The Atlantic Theater Company and developed by theaters including The Barrow Group, The New Group, Page 73, South Coast Rep, and the Gulfshore Playhouse. Scott’s plays 17 Minutes and The Thing With Feathers premiered Off-Broadway at The Barrow Group. His play Phoenix premiered at the Humana Festival of New American Plays and was subsequently produced at The Barrow Group and through Rattlestick at Cherry Lane Theater with Julia Stiles. Phoenix has been translated into Portuguese, Spanish and French. His writing has been featured in Arts In The Armed Forces, performed by Laura Linney and Dianne Wiest. Scott adapted his play The Thing with Feathers into the feature film ROOST, directed by Amy Redford. Scott is a writer on the short films Playdate (TriBeCa Film Festival, London City International Film Festival – 3rd place, Vimeo Staff Pick) The Board (TriBeCa Film Festival) and The One (Palm Springs International Film Festival.) Scott is an alum of Page 73’s Interstate 73 writer’s group and a member of the Dramatists Guild.