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J. Scott Bronson

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J. Scott Bronson is a middle-aged man from San Diego with one wife, five children, a cat and a dog.  He studied theatre at Albert Einstein Jr. High School, James Madison Sr. High School, San Diego Mesa Jr. College, and BYU.  He has written a dozen plays or so including a couple of Mayhew Award winners and the Association For Mormon Letters’ 2001 best drama, Stones.  He is a published playwright, and fiction writer, a stage director who has served on the boards of two theatre companies in Utah County, one of which he co-founded and for which he was the Artistic Director.  He has acted in scores of stage, television and film productions.  He is a cancer survivor and a  couch-potato.  He likes Jazz, Blues, Classical and Rock-and-Roll music.  He loves Big Macs, pizza and Cap’n Crunch and it shows.

 

 

 

AWARDS:

1. 2nd place Mayhew Playwriting Contest at BYU; Heartlight: A Domestic Suite; 1984 (I think)
2. 2nd place Mayhew Playwriting Contest at BYU; Arthur’s Place: A Romantic Fantasy of Sorts; 1986
3. Winner Sunstone Mormon One-act Playwriting Contest; Confessions; 1994
4. Winner Sunstone Mormon One-act Playwriting Contest; Altars, 1994
5. 3rd place Writers of the Future fiction contest; A Report From the Terran Project; 2nd quarter, 1995
6. Best Drama of 2001 Association for Mormon Letters; Stones; 2001

PLAYS AUTHORED

NOVELS AUTHORED

  • Stones — A Novel (information soon)
  • StonesNOVELART