All posts by Thomas Scott

Thomas Scott was born and raised in Vancouver where he was given a rich experience in the arts thanks to his parents who are both visual artists. He attended Glendon College, York University, and finished a general arts degree. During this time Thomas became an ardent promoter of the electronic music scene in Southern Ontario and was a special events producer and d.j. for over a decade. After going back to University to complete an Honours Degree and Masters in Drama at Guelph University, 2004, Thomas worked freelance as an arts management consultant in New York City and Toronto. In 2006, Thomas moved to Edmonton to take the position as Program Director for Fringe Theatre Adventures for six years. Currently he is working as a professional dj in Edmonton and is an arts and entertainment advocate and promoter. Thomas produces special events as well as The Culture Collective, a music, film and performing arts variety show, with his partner Kris Harvey that focuses on showcasing the very best in emerging talent. Thomas also volunteers his time as Co-Chair with artsScene Edmonton.

“DARK” Fort Edmonton Park Oct 10 – Nov 1, 2019


Tomorrow is the opening night of “DARK” Fort Edmonton Park. I am so excited for you all to experience it. I did a walk through this evening for the dress rehearsal and it was so much fun with a couple good jump scares. If you love the month of October and All Hallows’ Eve then I recommend this event at least once this season. There are a couple add on thrills that I also recommend; one is Catch the Keys Productions’ long running “Dead Centre of Town” as well as “Fort of Fear, Abandoned, Come and Play”. It is worth the price of admission. Also dress accordingly it does get cold in the valley. All the more to spook you by. “DARK” runs from Oct 10 – Nov 1, get your tickets online at

Dark Matters – Science of Drugs “What You Need To Know” October 3, 2019


It is the year end TELUS World of Science Edmonton’s “Dark Matters” series tomorrow night. It is an evening for adults to come play and learn with the kids tripping under feet. It makes a great date night and it is like a high school chip and pop party and ends at a reasonable hour AND there will be adult libation to had by all who want to participate. As always your unofficial, official Nerd is the Werd, DJ will be providing the aural ambiance through out the party!