Scott Wings CV

Scott Sneddon/Scott Wings

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BIO in 3rd person because that’s what all the cool people do:

Scotty Wings (Scott Sneddon) is a performance artist with a highly physical, poetic lineage. He is a passionate and consistent curator of shows, collaborations and host of events that embolden people and spaces.

Scott’s performance and writing credits include: Poetic Threads, commissioned by Red Room and The National Art Gallery Of NSW; Whiplash touring performance at Dancehouse (VIC), The Butterfly Club (VIC), Jungle Love Festival (QLD) and Underground Arts Festival (QLD); a development residency as part of Metro Arts’ (QLD) Yum Lab; Food Fight live art performance with Chai Vivan (Malaysia); Nightlight Physical theatre with The Haque Centre of Acting and Creativity (Singapore); and 1 Table 2 Chairs Series with The Theatre Practice (Singapore).

Scott’s work has been presented at The Edinburgh, Adelaide, Perth World and Melbourne Fringe Festivals; Undercover Arts Festival; Melbourne Comedy Festival; and independently in spaces both site-specific and traditional theatres across the world.

Scott currently lectures in drama at Melbourne University, Trinity College.

Hello here is my CV:

I am a physical performer, teacher, immersive theatre practitioner, poet and director. I facilitate workshops in spoken word, physical theatre and creativity.

Education Training
B Creative Industries – Performance (Major), Indigenous Studies (Minor), QUT Kelvin Grove – Graduated 2010 Integrated Actor Training – Suzuki Physical Theatre Training, Melbourne 2017
Grad Dip Primary Education – Griffith Uni, Nathan – Graduated 2011 Butoh Festival workshop intensive with Katsura Kan & Du Du, Brisbane 2016
Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre Company, Brisbane. 2012 – 2015 | Butoh | Suzuki Theatre Training | Viewpoints Theatre Training
SITI Company, New York, 2014 | Viewpoints | Suzuki
Dairakudakan, Hakuba Japan, 2015 | Butoh dance theatre


The Hope Project Hillscene Live Festival – November 2017 Immersive theatre
Run Amok You Are Here Festival – Canberra 2017 Immersive theatre game
The Farthest Possible Distance You Can Be Away Away Away From Me IndepenDANCE Project 2017 Dance
Debris Coburg Melbourne, July 2016 Immersive theatre
Um IndepenDANCE Project with Phluxus2 Dance Collective – November 2016 Physical Theatre
Dead Heads by Ali Viterbi Owl & Cat Theatre – June 2016 – Melbourne Play


One-man Performances:
Whiplash (2017-18); COLOSSI (2015-2016); Icarus Falling (2014-2015)

Whiplash (one-man physical poetry performance)

  • Dancehouse – Melbourne Fringe September 2018
  • Butterfly Club – Melbourne independant showing March 2018
  • Jungle Love Festival 2017
  • Undercover Arts Festival, Queensland Theatre Company, 2017

COLOSSI (site-specific one-man comedy, writer and performer)

  • Woodford Folk Festival – 2016
  • Melbourne International Comedy Festival – April 2016
  • Art Not Apart – March 2016 – Canberra
  • Anywhere Festival – May 2015 – Brisbane
  • Training Shed Performance Collective – June 2015 – Singapore
  • Under The Hammer – November 2015 – Melbourne

Icarus Falling (one-man show, writer and performer)

  • Wonderland Festival – Brisbane Powerhouse – November 2014
  • Crack Theatre Festival – Newcastle – September 2014
  • Singapore – Alliwal Arts Centre – August 2014
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival – August 2014 – (Nominated for a Total Theatre Award. 5 stars) – C Venues
  • Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney – July 2014


Workshop Facilitation:

  • Kelvin Grove State College (QLD) 2013 – 2017 Poet-in-residence, director of performances
  • Singapore – HCAC – Physical theatre, Suzuki Method, Viewpoints Method and Site-specific performance 2017.
  • Malaysia – theatrethreesixty – Physical theatre, immersive theatre and site-specific performance 2017.
  • Ringwood College (VIC) poetry series – 2016
  • Physical theatre and spoken word workshops (VIC) (titled Monster Stomp) – 2016
  • Mackay Postive Learning Centre & Mirani SHS theatre, movement and poetry workshops (QLD) – 2016
  • Hobart Cluster Schools Creative Writers Expo workshops (2 weeks leading up to performance poetry competition/slam for the students) 2014
  • Zen Zen Zo vocal workshops – 2014
  • Coffs Harbour State Schools (3 day performance workshop tour) – 2014
    SE Asia performance workshops (2 month tour featuring workshops in Singapore and Manila) – 2013/2014

More Productions:

Here There Be Dragons – with Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre Company – 2013 – Directed by Lynne Bradley
Up Late with Scott Wings & Friends – Anywhere Theatre Festival 2014
Scott Wings’ South East Asia Performance Poetry Tour (Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand) 2013/2014
Performance Poetry World Cup champion 2013
Metamorphosis – 2013 – The Bearded Lady, West End, QLD


UQ Women’s College – script for Zen Zen Zo 2014
MEDEA (chorus adaptation) – Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre Company 2013
Factory Diaries – Red Riding Hood cross-disciplinary collaboration (fashion, photography, poetry) 2013
Queensland Poetry Festival Roadshow 2013.
Write Across QLD – Brisbane Writers Festival 2013-2014.


Co-director and producer for In-House – a month long performance residency of site-specific performance at The Box Vintage, West End, QLD. 2015

Ruckus Presents events:

Anthony Anaxagouro (UK) – August 2016
Laura Davis’ Ghost Machine (standup comedy) – October 31 2015
Matty Ford, The Architects Of Sound plus more (variety) – November 2015
Kudos, Georgia Rose & Scott Wings (variety) – September 2015
The Ghost We Share (immersive Theatre)- January 2015

Reviews for Scott’s shows Icarus Falling and COLOSSI:



“In his hands, or words, it becomes a dynamic fusion of spoken word, physical theatre, comedy and poetry” – Broadway Baby

“This theatre is exciting and scary. And vital. And relevant.” – British Theatre Guide

“It’s impossible to look away as he contorts himself physically and mentally, struggling to carry himself and a world of mental constructs through the mindscape he has created – one replete with wonder, comedy and drama.” – Jason Lomas, Anywhere Festival


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