SCOTT WISE is very proud to be a member of the Allegiance cast. This marks Scott’s 14th Broadway show in over three decades. He is the recipient of the 1989 Tony® Award for his performance in Jerome Robbins’ Broadway and has Tony® Award nominations for his performances in State Fair and Fosse. Scott was also honored with the Astaire Award for his performance in Damn Yankees. Scott has appeared in many movies, music videos and commercials, including the Chicago movie directed by Rob Marshall and the Whitney Houston video, “I Want to Dance With Somebody,” choreographed by Jerry Mitchell.
On the other side of the table, Scott has choreographed and assisted many Broadway and National tours. He was assistant director/choreographer in Twyla Tharp’s award-winning hit musical, Movin’ Out. Presently, Scott and his wife Elizabeth Parkinson live in Connecticut with their wild-child James Montana Wise. They are co-directors/owners of FineLine Theatre Arts, a full spectrum performing arts school, in New Milford, Connecticut. Scott is also the proud father of Savannah Wise Holds and son in-law Anthony Holds.