Jeff Scot Carey

Jeff is excited to return to the Hollywood Fringe Festival this summer with COME ON DOWN and WIGFIELD. Last year he played CHARLIE in THE RUNAWAY CLONE, and the year before he was TOM in Ruckus Rockwell’s, Pick of The Fringe Musical, 13TH GRADE.

Broadway: 101 DALMATIANS (Madison Square Garden) and RENT (Tenth Anniversary Concert) National Tours: GREASE, SOUTH PACIFIC, RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA, 101 DALMATIANS, WATER COOLERS, and RENT. World Tour: RENT. Off-Broadway: TAILS, DORIAN GRAY, and BACK HOME. LA Theatre: SKULLDUGGERY and MR BURNS (Sacred Fools,) THE MAX FACTOR FACTOR (NoHo Arts Center,) DOOMSDAY CABARET (Orgasmico,) BAGELS (NMI,) A CHRISTMAS MEMORY (Sierra Madre Playhouse,) ANNIE (Taylor Performing Arts Center,) RIGHT TOGETHER, LEFT TOGETHER and 35MM (The Unknown Artists.) Film/TV: ONE LIFE TO LIVE, ALL MY CHILDREN, MAGNANIMOUS, THE REFORMATION, THE ONE YOU MARRY, LA BOUND, THE BATHROOM ATTENDANT, EGYPTIAN HOLIDAY, and THE HAPPY HOUR GUYS.

As a writer, his plays STORM CONTROL (Meta Theatre NYC,) THE ORDER OF THINGS (Theater Under St Marks NYC,) PAINT (Stella Adler NYC,) THE GROUP (Sherry Theater LA,) and BOTTOM NINE (Ruby Theater LA) have been performed. And his Serial Plays COME ON DOWN, WANDERERS, and HAIR METAL EXPANDED UNIVERSE have also been performed at Serial Killers at Sacred Fools in Hollywood. He also wrote and directed the acclaimed Mockumentary webseries SLIGHTLY DRAMATIC available at www.slightlydramatic.com. He is currently a Director/Editor at STEALING FOCUS on Youtube and Facebook, and produces the podcasts STEALING FOCUS and NBA JUNKIES on iTunes and Spotify.

ORANGUTAN

ORANGUTAN is a haunting and absurd one-woman show about the mother of a brutish (slightly orange) would-be dictator, and the tribalism that’s tearing our country apart.

LOVE, MADNESS, AND SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN

"A Powerful One-Man Show" "Cox takes on different personalities, channeling sorrow, outrage or compassion with stirring conviction" Sun, June 09 - Sun, Jun 23 Friday and Saturdays @ 8:30 pm [email protected] 4:30pm Tickets: hff19.org/5920