There is a clarity to Bee’s storytelling that is really watchable...she embodies a quality of stillness with a rich inner life.
— Emma Caplan (di., The Winter's Tale)
 

PRODUCTION SHOTS

 

PRESS ARCHIVE

Credits up to 2016 listed as 'Rebecca Scott'

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THE SQUIRREL PLAYS

The entire cast is fantastic, with sharp comic timing and gifted physicality and facial expressions
— Niki Boyle, The Scotsman
 
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THE LAST TRAGEDY

This absurd scenario is cleverly written with the right tone of sarcasm and self-irony. The performance of both actresses is convincing and entertaining, especially Scott’s auto-pilot-optimism.
— Lara Domke, A Younger Theatre
 
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FIVE WOMEN WEARING THE SAME DRESS

...the fun is in the chemistry the actresses bring to the stage. It’s all a matter of style, and these women—Stephanie Hodson, Amber Marsh, Kellie Yvonne Raines, Rebecca Scott and Katie Walton—have it like Vogue magazine...
— Kel Munger, SNR
 
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PRIDE

AND PREJUDICE

Sweet Jane...the pleasant and sensible Rebecca Scott
— Harmony Wheeler, Broadway World Review
 
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CHRISTMAS CAROL

Scott has a wonderfully strong voice
— Bev Sykes, Bitter Hack