Bill Fagan

Jeff Scott

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Book and Lyrics By Bill Fagan & Music By Jeff Scott
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Jeff Scott and his writing partner Bill Fagan met in 1989 while working together with The Hilarions: Gladiators of Comedy (a sketch comedy troupe that enjoyed a three year run at Theater/Theatre, in Hollywood, CA). The troupe's 1990 Christmas revue, The Ho-Ho Hilarions, received rave reviews in the L.A. Times for it's second act original musical, All About Christmas Eve (by Jeff and Bill).

When the Hilarions ended their run in 1992, Jeff & Bill formed Mayday Productions. Their first solo production was an hour long mock-u-musical revue: Bombed A Lot! The Music of Peter Buoy Wryder. The show enjoyed four sold out weeks at The Rose Tattoo, and a fully staged theatrical production ran for two months at Theater/Theatre during the Fall of 1996.

Their next project was a full-length ghostly musical comedy 'Til Death Us Do Start, which had several workshop productions in Los Angeles, including: Theatre Neo, Theatre Geo, The HBO Workspace and Dvorak & Co.). Another unfinished project was Frank Of York, a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of a silent movie.

Their final collaboration was I Was A Teenage Homo! A Scary Fairy Tale, (which had it's world premiere with the award-winning Theatre Neo in North Hollywood, CA, Fall 2007). Teenage Homo is a disco encrusted parody of the 1950's B werewolf movie . The musical was then translated into Spanish for it's first international production in Mexico City, 2009.

In 1998 Bill Fagan moved back to his hometown of San Antonio, where he stayed very active with his family, and by performing at The San Pedro Playhouse. Bill continued to collaborate with Jeff, until his untimely passing on January 1, 2005.

Jeff's other composer/pianist credits include; The Hilarions (3 1/2 years at Theatre/Theater), The Sirens Of Satire (4 years, The Improv), Dial-M Murder Mysteries (12 years nationwide), and 7 years at Premiere Radio Networks (providing radio stations nationwide with musical parodies and comedy segments), and was the creator/web master of American (the very first online rolodex of musical theater information for the Los Angeles theatre community).

Since 1995 - current, Jeff has been the house pianist at The World Famous Comedy Store on historic Sunset Strip, and is their official archivist (managing several Facebook pages dedicated to the history of The Comedy Store and the building itself when it was Ciro's nightclub, owned by the mob). Jeff still does freelance composing, video editing and sound design production for various companies and performers in the Los Angeles area..

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