Height: 5'4"
Weight: 125 lbs.
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue
Voice: Tenor

Scott Zenreich
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Amphibian Promotional Video The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) ... Scott Zenreich, shares his favorite Bible story... and his favorite animal.
The Examiner The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) ... Scott Zenreich fits so well into each of his characters and wins the audience affections and support in every scene. He never breaks character, even when caught off guard by a male “admirer”. Every character is brought to life in his hands, regardless of gender or beliefs.
Theater Jones The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) ... Zenreich also really deliver on the goof factor; ... with his little-man earnestness and forced femininity.
DFW.com The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) ... The rubber-faced Zenreich often gets female duty, most hilariously as Salome.
Pegasus News The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) ... But in truth I'd have to say that the performance by Scott Zenreich was priceless. Any man that can keep a straight face while wearing a bra with tassels is a true hero to me.
Dallas News The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) ... The diminutive Scott Zenreich gets saddled with the women’s roles; his belly-dancing Salome is one of the show’s highlights
Theater Jones Disney’s Winnie The Poo ...Standout performances come from... Scott Zenreich as Tigger, the ADD tiger with a springy tail and an endearing lisp."
Mom2Mom DFW Disney’s Winnie The Poo ...Tigger (a fabulous Scott Zenreich) was especially memorable... I think the 2-year-old in the aisle next to me was imitating his every lisp and bounce."
Theater Jones Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! ... The cast is thoroughly winning...Zenreich continues to perfect his portrayal of a little boy
Dallas News Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! ... High strung Sheldon (Scott Zenreich), who had the audience in hysterics
Pegasus News If You Give a Mouse a Cookie ... Scott Zenreich as The Boy, in a role akin to a comedian's straight man... his delight and frustration with the Mouse was the anchor that held the show together.
Pegasus News Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day ... Scott Zenreich as Alexander...captured the childlike joy, frustration, and sadness of his character perfectly. He shone brightest when he was playing against another member of the ensemble. The result was comedy gold.

Theater Jones

Miss Nelson Is Missing ... Standouts among the seven students include...  Scott Zenreich as the nerdy Raymond.

Dallas News

Miss Nelson Is Missing ... Scott Zenreich was endearing as class geek and keeper of Miss Nelson's secret, Raymond.

The Column

Miss Nelson Is Missing ... The talented ensemble playing the kids carves out  indelible portraits of distinct personalities... Scott Zenreich's nerdy, always-thinking Raymond – the one who gets a glimmer of what's  really going on. 

D Magazine

The Full Monty ...Zenreich brings a manic energy to Ethan, a guy so in love with the idea of dancing yet so devoid of talent he considers running up a wall à la Donald O’Connor in Singing In The Rain.

...Malcolm and Ethan’s touching second act duet, “You Walk With Me,” inspired a moment of breathless silence within the house...

Edge Dallas

The Full Monty ... It was inspired to cast the diminutive in stature Scott Zenreich to play Ethan (he with the huge schlong). Zenreich’s attempts to dance up the wall ala Donald O’Connor in Singing in The Rain are literal laugh out loud moments.

Dallas News

The Full Monty ... Another newcomer to the local scene, Scott Zenreich, finds a hilariously manic approach to the role of Ethan, the guy who keeps trying to dance up a wall like Donald O'Connor in Singin' in the Rain .

Dallas News

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ... Edmund (played with affecting vulnerability by Scott Zenreich)

Dallas News

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ... Feature with Morgana Shaw in the weekend guide

Dallas News

How I Became a Pirate ... Jeremy Jacob (the likably earnest Scott Zenreich)

Critical Rant & Rave: Alexandra Bonifield

How I Became a Pirate ... Young Jeremy Jacob, played with a sweet, energetic appeal by Dallas newcomer Scott Zenreich

In the Spotlight

Piecemeal ... Scott Zenreich (adult Igor) is an excellent actor who can also sing well...  Zenreich and Lite's dramatic and tender duet brings romance  into Act II. And Zenreich's "Choices" replicates "Rocky's" run up the steps.


Petite Rouge ... Also amusing is Scott Zenreich as TeJean. Playing a worrisome character often means behaving like a dishrag drudge, but Zenreich avoids this.