Pandora Scooter discusses the empowerment and sense of voice and agency that an actor can obtain from creating their own solo show.
Pandora is a passionate, dedicated, and incisive teacher with 22 years of experience who creates a safe and supportive writing environment for all levels.
Pandora Scooter is a passionate, dedicated, and incisive teacher with 22 years experience teaching students 8 to 88 years old. During that time she has taught acting, directing, script analysis, playwriting, solo-show work, theatre history and poetry. In 2014 she published Script Analysis for the Actor, a book based on more than 20 years of experience studying the field. Past institutions where she has taught include Maggie Flanigan Studio, Mason Gross School of the Arts (Rutgers), Drew University, and Rider University. As a performer, Pandora has appeared at H.E.R.E. Arts Center, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Where Eagles Dare, The Midtown International Solo Show Festival, and at universities and pride centers across the United States. She has shared the stage with Lily Tomlin, Melissa Ferrick, Bitch, Crys Matthews, Antara Gatch, Sonia and Disappear Fear, and Alix Olsen. Pandora believes deeply in the transformative power of theatre and is dedicated to creating such theatre and helping others to do so themselves.