Director: Palm Beach Opera – The Turn of the Screw

Turn of the Screw 6

Directing: Johnny Baseball

Johnny BaseballCast of Johnny Baseball at Park Square Theatre including Zach Curtis, Tomotha Lanae, Josh Campbell, David Beukema, et. al.

My Medica website

Lots more like these at YouTube.com/Medica4Me

Acting: Great River Shakespeare Festival Season 9

Doug Scholz-Carlson and Jonathan Gillard Daly

With Jonathan Gillard Daly as King Lear

EdgarKing Lear
Directed by James Edmundson

As Edgar in King Lear

As Edgar in King Lear


SpeedThe Two Gentelmen of Verona
Directed by Paul Mason Barnes

Ryan Fonville and Doug Scholz-Carlson

Acting: Comedy of Errors – Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

Comedy of Errors - Repertory Theater of St. Louis

Doug Scholz-Carlson and Chris Mixon in “The Comedy of Errors” – Repertory Theater of St. Louis, directed by Paul Mason Barnes

“The two sets of twins do not disappoint in this physical and high energy comedy. Shining above the rest is Dromio of Syracuse played by Doug Scholz-Carlson. Carlson has such high energy and incredible stage presence that the fun on stage automatically increases each time he arrives. Not only does he execute his lines and physically demanding choreography skillfully, but he seems like he is having a great time doing it.”
-5MinutesThankYou.com

Comedy of Errors - Repertory Theater of St. Louis“The cast is uniformly splendid, energetic and generous to each other, allowing for a democratic convergence of talent and effort for the benefit of all…. Chris Mixon and Doug Scholz-Carlson display expert comic timing and craft as Antipholus of Syracuse and Dromio of Syracuse…”
-Ladue News

Comedy of Errors - Repertory Theater of St. Louis

Doug Scholz-Carlson with Kate Fonville and Tarah Flanagan

“Scholz-Carlson’s Dromio a slyly intelligent wordsmith.”
-Riverfront Times

“The big cast features standout performances from … the quartet of Dromios and Antipholuses, Chris Mixon, Doug Scholz-Carlson, Christopher Gerson and Michael Fitzpatrick…”
-Talkinbroadway.com

Comedy of Errors - Repertory Theater of St. Louis

Dromio of Syracuse in “The Comedy of Errors” – Repertory Theater of St. Louis, directed by Paul Mason Barnes

Rep presents a delightful ‘Comedy of Errors’
“Each principal character gets a moment to shine. As the twin businessmen and their twin servants, Chris Mixon, Michael Fitzpatrick, Doug Scholz-Carlson and Christopher Gerson … make a shining quartet…”
-St. Louis Post-Dispatch (stltoday.com)

Comedy of Errors - Repertory Theater of St. Louis

Doug Scholz-Carlson with Jack Forbes Wilson in “The Comedy of Errors” directed by Paul Mason Barnes

Fights: Romeo and Juliet – Palm Beach Opera

Start at 1:30 to see fight video

“[The] conception of the fight scene in act three was excitingly gritty,…”
-Palm Beach Daily News

Romeo and Juliet - Palm Beach Opera directed by Kevin Newbury

“…the knife fights carry an edge of genuine menace and violence.”
-South Florida Classical Review

Romeo and Juliet - Palm Beach Opera directed by Kevin Newbury

“The fight scenes are “fantastic,” he [director Kevin Newbury] says, thanks to the work of fight choreographer Doug Scholz-Carlson…”
-Palm Beach Post

Romeo and Juliet - Palm Beach Opera directed by Kevin Newbury

Romeo and Juliet - Palm Beach Opera directed by Kevin Newbury

“The fatal Mercutio-Romeo-Tybalt fight was imaginatively choreographed by Doug Scholz-Carlson..”
-Palm Beach Post

Romeo and Juliet - Palm Beach Opera directed by Kevin Newbury

“There was plenty of busy action, particularly in the dance-like fight scene choreographed by Doug Scholz-Carlson…”
-Palm Beach Arts Paper

Romeo and Juliet - Palm Beach Opera directed by Kevin Newbury

Romeo and Juliet - Palm Beach Opera directed by Kevin Newbury

Fights: Dangerous Liasons – Torch Theater

Torch Theater - Dangerous Liaisons

Commercial: BMW of Minnetonka

Holiday Party – BMW of Minnetonka from David Kodet on Vimeo.

Directing: Brundibar – Palm Beach Opera

Brundibar-Palm Beach OperaFrom Lucy Dwyer – Principal in the Palm Beach area schools:

“My congratulations to YSPB for the outstanding performance of Brundibar. I pulled the study guide off the Kravis site and reviewed it. This morning I taught a class to the 8th grade to prepare them for the play. I had 24 8th graders, a History teacher and a teacher’s aide with me.

“The History teacher was moved to tears throughout the play. She said that the play was the most outstanding performance and important performance that she had ever taken the children to at the Kravis. Her only regret is that she had not closed middle school and taken them all. I was extremely proud of all the YSPB performers. It was an important lesson and one close to my heart.

“My tears started as soon as the yellow star came out. Mady was with me and was so moved by the story. It was a pleasure to watch my own daughter grow through this learning experience. I loved being able to share that with her. We had already bought tickets for tomorrow night and I look forward to sharing this with the whole family. Wow. What an amazing experience for our LPBS students. Thank you for all the hard work to bring this important story forward. Many thanks.”

Acting: Hamlet – The Jungle Theater

City Pages“The company goes from strength to strength, including solid performances from … Doug Scholz-Carlson as Laertes,someone who doesn’t pause in his revenge…”
-Ed Huyck in City Pages

Laertes in "Hamlet" at The Jungle Theater with Bradley Greenwald as Claudius

Laertes in “Hamlet” at The Jungle Theater with Bradley Greenwald as Claudius
Directed by Bain Boehlke
Set design – Bain Boehlke
Costume Design – Matthew J. Lefebvre
Lighting Design – Barry Browning
2011 © Michal Daniel

Doug Scholz-Carlson as Laertes in "Hamlet" The Jungle Theater

Directed by Bain Boehlke
Set design – Bain Boehlke
Costume Design – Matthew J. Lefebvre
Lighting Design – Barry Browning
2011 © Michal Daniel

Laertes in Hamlet (with Erin Mae Johnson) - The Jungle Theater

Laertes in Hamlet (with Erin Mae Johnson as Ophelia) – The Jungle Theater
Directed by Bain Boehlke
Set design – Bain Boehlke
Costume Design – Matthew J. Lefebvre
Lighting Design – Barry Browning
2011 © Michal Daniel