Eric Sciotto

Visiting Assistant Professor

ERIC SCIOTTO has been performing professionally for over 25 years. He has appeared in 12 Broadway shows, most recently starring as William Shakespeare in Something Rotten! on Broadway, he has performed in Annie Get Your Gun, Aida, Sweet Smell of Success, Sweet Charity, 42nd Street, Cry-Baby, A Chorus Line, Pal Joey, Rock of Ages, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. He is featured on 6 original Broadway cast recordings. He toured the nation in A Chorus Line, Annie Get Your Gun and Seven Brides… 

A few of his favorite regional credits are Nice Work If You Can Get It (Jimmy Winter), A Chorus Line (Zach), Footloose (Ren),  Pirates of Penzance (Frederic), and Aida (Radames), and The Light in the Piazza starring Renée Fleming (Giuseppe). He has also performed in numerous concerts, industrials and benefits.

As a Director and Choreographer, Eric's credits include Mamma Mia & Pippin for Summer Repertory Theatre in Santa Rosa, CA; The Full Monty for Theatre Workshop of Nantucket; Into the Woods for Stage 23 Theatre Co., Aida for WCPSS/Broadway Series South; also Bat Boy, …Charlie Brown, Drop Dead, The Drowsy Chaperone, Steel Magnolias, The Foreigner, Freaky Friday, Bright Star, and Xanadu, (for which he won the 2015 Metro Award for Outstanding Choreography) Something Rotten at both Musical Theater West & Phoenix Theatre Co, and The Wizard of Oz for Music Theatre Wichita. Presently, he’s directing In Pieces here at the U, and this summer will return to Wichita to helm Rock of Ages.

Eric has traveled extensively teaching musical theatre dance and acting, and coaching MT students around the nation at various colleges, high schools, studios, educational programs, and dance competitions/conventions. He is in his 4th year of teaching here at the U.

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