Phaedra Scott is a Boston based dramaturg, director and producer. Phaedra has been a part of the artistic departments at Cleveland Play House, Huntington Theatre Company and Company One Theatre. She recently produced EVERY 28 HOURS in collaboration with Company One Theatre and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Phaedra's recent dramaturgy credits include HOW SOFT THE LINING (Bad Habit Productions), JASS (New Harmony Project), CAN YOU FORGIVE HER? (Huntington Theatre Company). She is the dramaturg for the second season of the Boston Project at SpeakEasy Stage on the world premiere play OLE WHITE SUGA DADDY. She is the recipient of the Early Career Dramaturgs Grant, the Comegys Bight Fellowship and the Frederick Douglass Fellowship for her work on August Wilson's Pittsburgh Cycle. She is also a crocheter, journalist, and obscure history enthusiast.