Tim Scott Promoted to Executive Artistic Director at MTH Tim Scott Promoted to Executive Artistic Director at MTH
Musical Theater Heritage (MTH) and its Board of Directors announced today that they have appointed Tim Scott Executive Artistic Director, effective immediately. Scott becomes... Tim Scott Promoted to Executive Artistic Director at MTH

Musical Theater Heritage (MTH) and its Board of Directors announced today that they have appointed Tim Scott Executive Artistic Director, effective immediately. Scott becomes the fourth Artistic Director in MTH’s seventeen-year history.

MTH Board President, Bob Loyd said “We are happy to declare Tim Scott Executive Artistic Director. We know his vision, collaborative spirit, and standard of excellence are the precise combination of abilities required to lead MTH into the future.”

“Tim has been involved with MTH and it’s success for nearly 15 years. From his artistic strengths to his administrative strengths, he is always the first person to roll up his sleeves and help wherever needed.” says Chad Gerlt, President/CEO. “I’m thrilled our Board of Directors has made this decision.”

Scott said that he is “humbled at this profound honor and great charge. I look forward to collaborating with the remarkable board of directors, MTH administrators, as well as the incredible Artists of Kansas City in leading this great organization on the next leg of its journey.”

Scott has produced and directed more than 75 shows for MTH dating back to 2007, including MTH’s critically-acclaimed original production SONGS OF THE GREAT WAR, sponsored by The National World War I Museum and Memorial; as well as producing and directing CATS, the highest-grossing production in MTH history. Scott initiated MTH’s new musical lab, along with the Musical Monday & Tuesday series, now in its 11th season. He launched the company’s education initiative in 2016, and has been responsible for developing and deploying MTH’s marketing strategies the last three years, which have resulted in a more than 40% growth in season ticket holders since.

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