Barbara   Scott

Barbara Scott

Adjunct Professor, Theater

Barbara Scott has been improvising for more than 25 years, and has been a member of the BATS Company and coaching staff since its first year. She's played Theatresports in many U.S. cities, as well as in Calgary, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, and as part of a national touring company in New Zealand. Barbara is a founding member of True Fiction Magazine improvisational theatre, with whom she's performed internationally. She is also a working actor in film, industrials, trade shows and voiceover (most recently in The Sims). Barbara teaches at BATS, the American Conservatory Theatre, Full Circle Productions, the San Francisco Opera Center and the SF Conservatory of Music. She has led master improv classes at Stanford University, Dell'Arte School of Physical Theatre, the Funny Women Fest in Chicago, and at many international improv festivals. She also teaches song improvisation (most of the time with Joshua Brody) with BATS, the San Francisco Opera Company, and in many U.S. and European cities. In 2002 she and Joshua taught a series of music classes to improvisers in Tokyo and Osaka.

Courses Offered
  • Special Topics: Acting Improvisation