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Scott Wojcik - Casting Director

Scott Wojcik


Originally from RI, Scot has lived in NYC since 1992. He attended Bentley College in Waltham, MA where he studied Management & Marketing and did his graduate studies in Arts Management at Texas Tech University. While at TTU, he also did extensive undergraduate course work in acting and directing.

Scott started performing again while in grad school. His professional career started in Dallas at the Deep Ellum Theatre Garage. From there he booked a six month national tour and upon completing it relocated to NYC. He supplemented his acting career with work as a freelance Casting Assistant for several Independent Casting Directors until 1999 when he joined Charles Rosen Casting. Scott became partner of Rosen & Wojcik casting in 2005. In 2009, the company transitioned to Wojcik | Seay Casting. Wojcik | Seay casts in all areas including seasons cast for Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach, FL, The Arvada Center and Theatre Aspen in CO, Tuacahn Performing Arts Center in Ivins, UT, Stages St Louis, Theatre Raleigh and the Astoria Performing Arts Center in Astoria, Queens. W | S also casts individual projects in TV, Film, Web and all areas of the Commercial side of the industry. Credits include: Off Broadway-Tennessee William's "The Two Character Play" "Philosophy for Gangsters" and "Handle With Care". National tours of "A Chorus Line", Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" and "Oklahoma". Projects in developing are the musicals "A Proper Place" and "The 1st Gentleman" as well as the Broadway bound rock musical "Chix 6". Film and TV projects include the indie film "Best Man in the Dark", web series "Expert Witness" and TV pilot "Upstate". 

His work as an Arts Presenter during college and grad school led to an interest in producing. To further that interest, Scott aligned his skills with two partners to form CRW Productions, a company that creates customized theatrical events. From 2002 till 2007 CRW produced projects that ranged from corporate fundraisers, philanthropic events to new musicals and developmental readings as well as a multi-million dollar product launch in South America.

Scott pursues his interest in education by teaching audition skills and applications of the concept of the business of acting. Some of Scott's educational work includes developing a 10 week "Business of Acting" class, and a 5 week Commercial Technique class that are taught at conservatories in NYC. He has taught for SAG/AFTRA for 9 years and has been a guest monologue coach for Vassar’s summer program for several. Along with co-teacher Susan Pilar, he developed a 6 week curriculum called “FUSE”, designed to help recently graduated acting students bridge the gap between the academic and professional acting environment. in addition to his work in NYC, Scott consult with undergraduate acting programs to help them better prepare for their NYC industry showcases.