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Scott Raker



Nationality:    USA
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Scott Raker is a Brooklyn-based director, playwright, and actor. He graduated from the Brown University /Trinity Rep MFA program for acting in 2008 and has performed in productions with Trinity Rep, Commonwealth Shakespeare, Guerrilla Shakespeare Project, Fault Line Theatre, Theatre for the New City, and AntiMatter Collective. He is a member of Emerging Artists Theatre and has helped curate their New Works Series. Scott is a co-founder of of The Immediate Family and directed their NYC Fringe production of PERCEVAL. His play NATURES TRACE was read as part of Planet Connections in 2013 and was nominated for Best Overall Production of a Staged Reading, and for Outstanding Playwriting.

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        Nature's Trace

Nature's Trace

As the duties of five summer interns at Norwester National Park change from mundane office work to a park-wide search and rescue, the mysterious Ranger puts their wilderness training to the test.


1st Produced:
[staged reading] The Robert Moss Theater, as part of Planet Connections Theatre Festivity    2013


1st Published:   -


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one act 95 min

Male:  3            Female:  2            Other:  1

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