Wyoming Arts Council


Scott Tedmon-Jones is an assistant professor at the University of Wyoming in the Department of Theatre and Dance, and, when time permits, he is also a freelance designer. He is a member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829.

At the University of Wyoming in addition to advising and mentoring students, Scott teaches courses in Introduction to Design, Scene Design, Period Style for the Theatre, Drafting, and Scenic Painting. Favorite designs include CARRIE THE MUSICAL, ANTIGONE, AFTERNOON OF A FAUN & PETRUSHKA, THESE SHINING LIVES, EURYDICE, WONDERLAND: ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN THREE-DIMENSIONAL SPACE, PRESENT LAUGHTER, THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM, RHINOCEROS, SIX SONGS FROM ELLIS (Originally designed by Casey Kearns), THE TENDER LAND, A BRIGHT ROOM CALLED DAY, and OTHER DESERT CITIES.

In NYC, Scott has designed sets for the premieres of David Rhodes's CONSENT (The Black Box Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre), Mallery Avidon's MARY-KATE OLSEN IS IN LOVE (The Flea Theater), and Lindsay Joy's RISE AND FALL OF A TEENAGE CYBERQUEEN (LabRats Theater Company).

Additional NYC credits include MOTHER JONES AND THE CHILDREN'S CRUSADE (2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival), SOMEONE WHO’LL WATCH OVER ME and DUTCH HEART OF MAN (Animus Theatre Company/Cherry Lane Studio Theatre), and THAT BEAUTIFUL LAUGH featuring Alan Tudyk (La MaMa E.T.C.).

He has been a guest designer at the Juilliard School, NYU/Tisch New Studio on Broadway, The College at Brockport SUNY, and the University of Rochester.

As an associate designer he has worked on regional and off-Broadway productions and in 2015 was the associate designer for the Broadway premiere of Sam Shepard's FOOL FOR LOVE.

He received his MFA in scene design from Carnegie Mellon University in 2010.