Scott Bradley, aka Scooty, is co-founder of Chicago-based performance company The Scooty & JoJo Show, for which he wrote and developed the critically-acclaimed, multi-disciplinary musical works Alien Queen (Space Invasion), Carpenters Halloween, Rosemary Clooney’s Baby, Mollywood, Tran: The Atari Musical, The Scooty & JoJo Variety Hour, Thank God! It’s the Scooty & JoJo Show and Diva Brunch. He wrote the book and lyrics for We Three Lizas with composer Alan Schmuckler, which premiered with About Face Theatre at Steppenwolf Garage in 2012. As a writer, director, designer, and performer, he has collaborated in the development of new plays, musicals, and devised theatrical works at New York’s PNBC/HERE (Fiona Apple Kwaanza Explosion), New Works Project (Atlantis City, RSVP), adobe theater company (The Eight, Tracker), Next Stage Theater (Adventures of Bobbi & Vaughan), HOME for Contemporary Theatre & Art (No Shame), BACA Downtown (A Child is Being Beaten), and CBGB’s Galleria (I’ll Go On); Chicago’s About Face Theatre (We Three Lizas, The Homosexuals), Walkabout Theatre Company (Crow), BigTop JoJo (Phenomenal Phantasmagoria), Hell In A Handbag Productions (The Birds, Caged Dames); Washington DC’s Washington Shakespeare Company (Romeo & Julius Caesar); Seattle’s UMO Ensemble (Maldoror), Open Circle Theater (Ballyhoo, Poona the Fuckdog, ETA: Phoenix, Little Boy, Return to the Garden of Allah, The Shadow) and Bald Faced Lie (Slow Children). He is an Artistic Associate with About Face Theatre, former Artistic Director of Seattle’s Open Circle Theater, and served as Associate Artistic Director to Bonnie Metzgar at BACA Downtown, Brooklyn, NY. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, AEA and SAG/AFTRA.