Virginia Scott is a co-founder of The Funny School of Good Acting and the director of the Commedia Company. She is a director/devisor/teacher of physical theater. She teaches (or has taught) Clown, Commedia, Le Jeu, Bouffon, Melodrama, physical acting, and all that kind of wiggling it around at schools in NYC such as The Juilliard School, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Pace University, Marymount Manhattan College, Movement Theatre Studio, The Michael Howard Studio, Stella Adler Studio and CAP 21, in Los Angeles at USC (MFA), The Idiot Workshops, The Clown School, Art of Acting and Berg Studios and internationally at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU: International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam. In LA she recently created an original commedia performance in concert with a full orchestra (kinda weird but super fun!) for Symphony in the Glen at the Griffith Park stage, another commedia show for the Fowler museum at UCLA and an original clown show, Sapo Concionero, at the Hollywood Fringe. The Bouffon troupe, Les Enfants Maudit, she founded continue to take on power and shake things up around Los Angeles.
Additional shows Virginia has directed and/or devised have appeared in New York at The Irish Repertory Theatre, Ars Nova Mainstage, 59E59, The Zipper Theatre, UCB, The PIT, The Algonquin Theatre, The Broadway Comedy Club, The Barrow Group Theatre, Chasama’s Palace of Variety, The New York Fringe Festival and the International Clown Festival; regionally at The US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, The Theatre at Monmouth in Maine, The Comedy Central Theatre and UCB LA in Los Angeles, The Dell’Arte School in Blue Lake, CA, and internationally at The Guilded Balloon in Edinburgh, The Centaur Theatre in Montreal and the Grahamstown International Festival in South Africa.