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Scott Martin

Scott Martin has been a Los Angeles-based playwright, composer, actor, director and ASCAP member for over 30 years. In addition to his musicals published by Samuel French ("Scream Queens - The Musical" and "Little Green Men") he has written the book, music and lyrics for "Children of the Night" (2010 L.A. Ovation Award nominee, Best Book of a Musical). Based on the true story of Bram Stoker, Henry Irving and the creation of 'Dracula', it premiered at the Beverly Hills Playhouse after successful festival presentations at Musical Theatre West (Long Beach, CA.), The Academy for New Musical Theatre (North Hollywood, CA.), Chicago's Stages Festival and the inaugural Global Search for New Musicals produced by SONY and the BBC in Cardiff, Wales. His numerous family-friendly musicals and children's shows include "Rockin' Robin Hood," "High Noonish," "The Maltese Chicken," "Darn Dodgers," "Xoro, The Be-Bop Bandito," "The Road to Paradise," "A Dickens of a Christmas," "The Good, the Bad and the Jolly" and the "Sgt. Fenshaw" trilogy of melodramas, among others. He has created comedy material and songs for several different corporate and industrial programs, improv revues and children's theatre companies across the country. He wrote the books for Storybook Theatre's long-running musical productions of "Goldilocks ..." and "Snow White ..." at Theatre West in Los Angeles and his original songs are featured in the award-winning independent film "The Ghastly Love of Johnny X," now available at Amazon, I-Tunes and Netflix. Currently in development: "Bleacher Babes" and "Scream Queens 2 -- The Musequel."


Samuel French Titles by Scott Martin