Scot Moore is an actor, author, and gender rights activist based in Minneapolis, MN. You can stay up-to-date by clicking on the links above for info on each of his projects.
Break Your Heart is the true story of love, loss, and an accidental trip around the world, premiering at the 2016 Minnesota Fringe Festival.
Fri 8/5/2016 10:00 PM
Sat 8/6/2016 7:00 PM
Mon 8/8/2016 8:30 PM
Thu 8/11/2016 10:00 PM
Sun 8/14/2016 4:00 PM
All performances at Intermedia Arts,
2822 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Just in case anyone is looking for some of the content they caught in this show, here are some details.
First off, the guitarist you hear is Australian Geordie Little. Please go buy his music!
Next is the "Sad Bastard" playlist and its accompanying flight paths:
Hozier - Like Real People Do - New York to Minneapolis
OK Go - Writing's on the Wall - Minneapolis to Tokyo
Brandi Carlile - Wherever is Your Heart - Minneapolis to Tokyo
Bruce Hornsby - The Show Goes On - Manila to Kuala Lumpur (Spratly Islands)
Bruce Springsteen - Jungleland - Manila to Kuala Lumpur
Mayer Hawthorne - Corsican Rosé - Kuala Lumpur to Sri Lanka
Bill Withers - Ain't No Sunshine - in the Abu Dhabi Mall
The Avett Brothers - I and Love and You - Abu Dhabi to Prague
Louis Armstrong - La Vie En Rose - The Charles Bridge - Prague
Van Morrison - Into the Mystic - Frankfurt to Detroit ← long story
Me'Shell NdegéOcello - Fool of Me - St. Louis MetroLink
Katy Perry - Roar - St. Louis to Minneapolis
John Legend - Ordinary People - St. Louis to Minneapolis
Édith Piaf - Non, je ne regrette rien - about 40 minutes ago
And finally, the protracted Facebook "songs about love" playlist:
Huey Lewis and the News - The Power of Love
Sade - Please Send Me Someone to Love
Queen - Somebody to Love
Kelly Clarkson - Since You Been Gone
Bonnie Raitt - Thing Called Love
Celine Dion - All By Myself
BØRNS - Electric Love
The Cure - Friday I'm in Love
Men Will Be Boys returned for 2015! Performances were at the St. Lou Fringe Festival and the Chicago Fringe Festival. Stay tuned as there may be more performances in 2016.
The first book of The Guardian trilogy is now available for purchase in paperback and eReader. Click above for links to buy it now!
Interview with the author:
Check out the RFC-TV 20 Questions interview with Gail Upton and learn more about Scot and Gaymerica.
While Scot is working on is next couple books, he's also been dabbling in some spoken word performance you can see on his YouTube channel. More content will hopefully be added later, so please check back.