Princess Grace Statue Award, 1988

Princess Grace Award
Theater Scholarship, 1986
American Academy of the Dramatic Art



A Kansas native, Scott Allegrucci has acted in films, on television and for theaters around the country.

Film roles include Andy Weiss in Earthwork (also Executive Producer), Deputy Russ Kane in Bunker Hill, one of the libidinous youngsters at the heart of the feature film The Feud, the voice of the award-winning short film Second Place, and the central character in the short film 76 Spade. TV roles include errant youths in the ABC after-school specials All That Glitters and the Emmy-winning Taking a Stand, and an appearance on Chicago Hope.

Stage work includes work at The Public Theater in New York, The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, Frontera Theater in Austin, The Antaeus Company in Los Angeles, and The Smokebrush Theater in Colorado (where he was also Associate Artistic Director). Many stage roles include Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire, Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing, Charlie Fox in Speed-the-Plow, Andrei in Three Sisters, Chris Keller in All My Sons, Mr. Snow in Deviant Craft, Crazy Horse in the Noh/Native American fusion Moon of the Scarlet Plums, Menelaus in Helen, Minard in Mercadet, and multiple characters and puppets in a fantasy/circus adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.

Scott toured with Jim Jackson and The Cartoon History of Theater throughout Colorado as a part of The Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration. He provided oration for the first annual Symphony in the Flint Hills with the Paul Winter Consort and the Kansas City Symphony and served as the M.C. for the third annual Symphony in the Flint Hills. Theatrical directing credits include The Birds (an original adaptation from Aristophanes), Molly Sweeney, and Yesterday Came Too Soon: The Dorothy Dandridge Story. Scott is co-author of the short film script Mime and Punishment (top prize – Screenwriting Magazine Expo 5 Script Competition; runner-up – First Annual Short Film Group Competition; Finalist – Slamdance Short Film Screenplay Competition).

Scott was nominated for the Austin Critics’ Table Award for his work in Weldon Rising by Phyllis Nagy and received a B. Iden Payne Award from the Austin Circle of Theaters for his work in Halcyon Days by Stephen Dietz (both for Frontera). He is a past recipient of both a Princess Grace Foundation Statue Award and Grant and a PFG Theater Scholarship.

He produced the 2003 and 2007 Kansas inaugural celebrations for Governor Kathleen Sebelius. Other work has included post-production for feature films and network television, Director of the Tourism Development Division in the Kansas Department of Commerce, Projects Director of the Climate and Energy Project of The Land Institute, and Director of the Great Plains Alliance for Clean Energy. He graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York and holds a BA in Anthropology from The Colorado College.