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Scott Moreau IS Johnny Cash!


Scott Moreau IS Johnny Cash!


On Oct. 17 at 5 PM on Zoom, L/A Senior College is excited to welcome a local Mainer whose fame has spread throughout the country and beyond.

Scott Moreau was born at the old Bath Memorial Hospital, raised in Litchfield on Sand Pond and graduated from Winthrop High School in 1997. He made his professional stage debut at Maine State Music Theatre in Brunswick in 1999 and received a Bachelor Of Fine Arts degree in Music Theatre from Illinois Wesleyan University in 2001. In a career spanning 22 years, Scott has performed in over 300 American cities in 47 states, as well as in Tokyo, Osaka, Quebec City, Toronto and Montreal. He is most known for his role as Johnny Cash on the 1st National Broadway tour of Million Dollar Quartet, a role that he has performed over 1,000 times including at Maine State, Merrill Auditorium, The Cross Insurance Center in Bangor and the Regional Premiere at the Ogunquit Playhouse in 2015.


Scott’s original tributes to Johnny Cash have been performed to sold out audiences from Las Vegas to New York City. He is proud to have recorded his tribute album, Home Of The Blues, at Sun Studio in Memphis, TN, standing in the very same spot that Johnny, Elvis, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Conway Twitty and Howlin’ Wolf once stood. He lives in The Bronx with his new wife Sonia and their two cats Mo and Timmy. Each and every performance is dedicated to his parents Leonard and Donna. More information can be found at www.scottmoreau.com.


A perfect presentation for a Sunday evening cocktail hour - Scott will tell us about his career and treat us to some of his favorite musical numbers.

Food for Thought is free and open to the public.

Email laseniorcollege@gmail.com to sign up by noon on Oct. 16. Don’t forget to mention which FFT program you wish to see and you will receive a link the morning of the 17th.

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