In 1992 I had him for Advanced Acting and thought he was a bit critical and intimidating. As long as you came prepared, and you put life into your acts you were fine. Otherwise, you better dropped out. Then I had him a year and a half later for Writing for College and he was a little better in that class; however, he always spoke about theatre and acting, which were his passions. I also didn't like that he played favorites.
Retied a few years ago. Great director, excellent teacher, but tended to play favorites. Still, he cast me in 2 plays (The King and I, Fiorello), and I appreciate him for that.
One of the top teachers at the school. Really an incredible guy.
I will never forget the performing arts class that I took with Mr. Martin where we learned to trust ourselves and others but engaging in activities outside the bix. 1996 was a great year thanks to this experience for me!
I had him in 94 for "writing for college" very intimadating but very good teacher in the end
U WOULD SWEAR HE WUSN'T NICE BUT HE IS A GREAT TEACHER AND VERY HELPFUL...AND VERY SMART..MADE ME A LIL NERVOUS ON STAGE BUT I LEARNED A LOT FROM HIM
Scott Martin was MY teacher in the early 1970's (not at Murrow). He taught me about professionalism and now I am a theatre teacher too. Thanks, Scott!
Put me in my first murrow show, Anything Goes, gotta love him for that.
The Best Teacher I Ever Had. He Truly Reached The Unreachable Star.