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Scot Lahaie is a playwright, author, actor, director, and university professor. This website serves to disseminate information about his playwrighting activities. Click on the Script Library link at the top of the page to find more information about the plays Prof. Lahaie has written and translated in recent years. Most of his plays are now available in both Paperback and Kindle formats, and the Kindle versions are listed with Kindle Unlimited, so you may read the plays without further cost if you subscribe to KU. 
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Prof. Lahaie is a seasoned theater professional with a demonstrated penchant for the classic plays of the stage. As an actor, he played Romeo in ROMEO AND JULIET, Caliban in THE TEMPEST, Sir Andrew in TWELFTH NIGHT, and Estragon in WAITING FOR GODOT. He has also played the Baritone Leads in the Musicals JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN PARIS and THREE GUYS. His most successful role, which he has repeated three times, was Tito Morelli in LEND ME A TENOR.

As a stage director, Prof. Lahaie has directed more than 80 stage projects, to include Euripides’ MEDEA, Shaw’s MISALLIANCE, Corneille’s POLYEUCTE, and Beckett’s WAITING FOR GODOT. He has also directed a number of Shakespeare’s plays, to include MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM and THE TEMPEST.

As a college professor, he taught coursework in stage directing, theater history, dramatic literature, theater business & non-profit management, stage combat, and acting at all levels. He has taught at Regent University (VA), Baylor University (TX), and Gardner-Webb University (NC), Walsh University (OH), and the University of Mount Union (OH).

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