June 4, 2022


Over the course of 3 days, Scott will share numerous practices inspired by his interest and experience in physical theatre. Using the body and the voice, as well as objects and the space around us, we will aim to broaden and challenge our range of physical expression. Each day will be an opportunity to explore, share and discuss our individual tastes and choices in order to better understand ourselves as humans, performers and creators.

These are open level workshops for dancers, actors, and physical performers.


Headshot: Photo Claudia Kempf

Born in England in 1988, Scott found a love for the arts at a young age. He spent much of his childhood doing magic tricks, learning circus skills, wishing to be a stunt double and dancing in local theatres. At the age of 14, he began four years of training in dance and theatre at The BRIT School, graduating in 2006.

He then went onto study at London Contemporary Dance School, graduating in 2009 with a first-class degree in Contemporary Dance.

Scott has worked extensively as a performer with some of the world’s leading dance and theatre makers including Alexandra Waierstall, Maxine Doyle, Lloyd Newson and Robert Wilson, to name a few. He spent six years as a member of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, performing Bausch’s eclectic repertoire worldwide and creating original roles in two new works for the company.Scott currently works as a freelance dancer, performer and teacher. He lives with his partner in Berlin, Germany.


I believe the more we come together and share space with artists from different fields and cultural backgrounds that carry diverse experience and wisdom in their bodies the more we will evolve as a whole and generate impact through arts.
I am very happy to be curating a series of workshops for Utero Associacao Cultural with international guests that will bring an added value  to the performance community in Portugal  – Maria Fonseca


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WORKSHOP DATE: 2,3,4 December 2022



Where our words lay to rest and from time to time, when time presents, a little bit more.



Our branches, stretched beyond tearing, made to build bridges.
To deliver method and process.



Process, form and shape.
We, only as words, never neglecting our existence nor essence, display our hands in past and present shapes.