Scott Organ's play Phoenix had its world premiere at the 2010 Humana Festival of New American Plays and its New York premiere at The Barrow Group. As a playwright, Scott's work has been commissioned by the Atlantic Theater Company, developed by The New Group and The Barrow Group, and has been performed and workshopped throughout the United States. His full-length play Fixed premiered at the Hangar Theater in Ithaca, New York. His play City was produced at the Circle X Theater in Los Angeles, where it won the L.A. Drama-Logue Award for best new play. It was subsequently produced at the first New York International Fringe Festival, directed by Tony Award winner Michael Rupert, and at The Flea Theater in New York, directed by Kevin Moriarty. His short plays China and The Mulligan were published in New American Short Plays 2005, edited by Craig Lucas, and have been performed throughout the country. His one-act play and everybody else can be found in Best American Short Plays 2002-2003. His short play Afraid. Yes. Of. premiered Off-Broadway as a part of The Fear Project at The Barrow Group. Many other short plays have been performed at the Atlantic Theater Company's 453 New Works Series, which he helped create. Scott is also the author of the screenplays Better Man, Ghostkeepers and the original television pilots The Powerball 7 and The Pines.