Skip to main content

This is your Donation message.

Scott Hudson

Published December 11, 2017

Visiting Assistant Professor, Performance
School of Theatre


Scott Hudson originated roles in Stephen Adly Gurigis’s Our Lady of 121st Street, directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman at The Union Square Theater, Julia Cho’s BFE, directed by Gordon Edelstein at Playwright’s Horizons and Robert Glaudini’s Dutch Heart of Man, directed by Charles Goforth at The Public. He has performed at La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf Theatre, The Caldwell and The Hippodrome. His play Sweet Storm, produced by LAByrinth and Alchemy theater companies, premiered off-Broadway and is published by Dramatists Play Service. It’s continues productions in regional and college theaters. Some of Scott’s directorial works include, the premiere staged reading workshop of Between Riverside and Crazy, (Which later directed by Austin Pendleton, went on to receive the Pulitzer Prize.) and the original production of John Patrick Shanley’s one act, Banshee at The New Ohio Theater.

Scott coaches actors in film, TV and stage. He served two years as in-house coach for ABC’s daytime All My Children. His client Elizabeth Rodriguez garnered a Tony nomination for her role in The Mother F**ker With the Hat. Prior to his arrival at FSU he served as Assistant Professor of Theatre at Ashland University and University of West Florida. He apprenticed under the tutelage of Maggie Flanigan as a Meisner instructor of acting at her studio in NYC and taught there as an associate for six years. Some of his acclaimed students include, Peter Scanivino, Joelle Carter and Liza Lapira. He is the recipient of Broadway producer, Daryl Roth’s Creative Spirit Award. Scott is an FSU, BFA Theater alum and a MFA Acting graduate of Rutgers University. He is a collegiate collaborator with The Farm Theater Company and a long time serving member of LAByrinth Theater Company both based in NYC. Scott teaches BFA acting and BA performance.