Scott Le Crass

Scott was born in Bristol, grew up in Birmingham, trained as an actor at Arts Ed and was a director on the Birmingham Rep’s first Foundry Programme. Last year he completed the National Theatre Director’s Course.

He is an Associate Director for Pleasure Dome Theatre Company and has directed all of their productions to date including Rosalie (Arlington Court and South West Tour),Louisa(South West Tour) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Valley of Rocks).

Scott directed the Off Com award winning digital revival of Rose by Martin Sherman starring Maureen Lipman (Hope Mill Theatre/Sky Arts/Broadway HD). Last year he received an Off West End and Broadway World nomination for Best Director for Rose. This year Rose won an Off West End award for Best Solo Performance.

Credits include:
Director – My Dear Aunty Nell (Tour), Self Tape (King’s Head Theatre), Merboy (Omnibus Theatre), Buff, Thirsty (Vault Festival), Harry’s Christmas (King’s Head), Sing- derella (Omnibus Theatre) Rose (Hope Mill Theatre/ Park Theatre), Twelfth Night (East London Shakespeare Festival), I Couldn’t Do Your Job (Pleasance Theatre, London/Queens Theatre, Hornchurch), Elmer (UK and International Tour/Sell A Door), Sid (Arts Theatre and UK Tour), Country Music (Omnibus Theatre), The Witches (Watford Palace), Alice in Wonderland (Old, Rep, Birmingham), If You Love Me This Might Hurtby Matty May (Camden People’s Theatre), Education, Education Karaoke (Camden People’s Theatre), Darling (Hope Theatre),Rage, But Hope(Streatham Space Project),The Chechnya Plays (The King’s Head/Theatre Deli), Kicked in the Sh**ter (Hope Theatre/Theatre in The Mill, Bradford), Cancel The Sunshine (Hope Theatre),The Killing of Sister George (London Theatre Workshop), Open House (Birmingham Rep and Midlands Tour), Diary of a Madman (Omnibus/Jack Studio).

Associate Director – Godspell (50th Anniversary Concert/Broadway HD), The Seven Ages of Patience (Kiln Theatre).

Assistant Director – The King’s Speech (Chichester/ Birmingham Rep/UK Tour), Coming Up (Watford Palace), A Christmas Carol (Birmingham Rep), Von Ribbentrop’s Watch (Oxford Playhouse/Watford Palace), Kurt and Sid (Trafalgar Studios), Romeo and Juliet, The Merchant
of Venice (Silvano Toti Globe), Dorian: A Rock Musical (Ruby in the Dust/Stream Theatre).

This year, Scott’s Vault Festival production’s of Buff and Thirsty received an Off Fest nomination. In 2020, Scott’s revival production of Simon Stephen’s,Country Music
won an Off West End award in 2020. He received a Best Director Offie and Broadway World Nomination for his productions of Sid and a Best Director Offie Nomination for Kicked in the Sh**ter. Alice in Wonderland was a runner up and a finalist for two What’s On Birmingham Awards.