Speech and Singing
Scott Hafso, PATP speech and singing instructor, has worked as director,
musical director, conductor, voice teacher and performer. A playwright and
composer, he received an MFA in Playwriting from the UW School of Drama and
a Master of Music from the UW School of Music.
For the School of Drama, he has directed Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit,
Caryl Churchill's Mad Forest, served as
music director for The Who's Tommy, and created and directed the review 'S
Wonderful: The Music of Gershwin and Porter, as well as his stage musical
adaptation of the film Joe vs. the Volcano. Most recently, he directed Bat Boy: The Musical for the 2009-2010 season.
"Become a playwright in four weeks", UW article about Scott Hafso's summer playwriting class.
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