Co-creator, The Wharf Revue: Can of Worms
Phillip Scott is a writer, actor, composer and pianist, best known for the annual Wharf Revues.
His cabarets include the award-winning solo show, Reviewing the Situation, Mario (with Blake Bowden), Newley Discovered (with Hugh Sheridan), and No Cabaret for Old Men (with Jonathan Biggins).
He worked with director Ted Robinson on many ABC TV series including The Gillies Report, The Big Gig and Good News Week.
Phil was Script Consultant on Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – The Musical. He co-wrote and composed the musicals, Safety in Numbers and The Republic of Myopia, and wrote the music and lyrics for a number of Monkey Baa Theatre's children’s shows including Pete the Sheep and Josephine Wants to Dance.
With Trevor Ashley he co-wrote the adult pantos, Fat Swan, Little Orphan Trashley, The Bodybag and The Lyin' Queen.
With Catherine Alcorn, he appeared at the Hayes Theatre in 30 Something, set on New Year's Eve 1939.