Scott Evan Davis is an actor turned composer/lyricist. He started composing in 2010, and since then has gained a lot of recognition in the musical theatre/cabaret world. He has performed concerts of his music at Don't Tell Mama's, as well as a concert at BIRDLAND featuring Liz Callaway and other Broadway stars. Scott has performed concerts of his music at Club Café in Boston, Independent Music Productions theatre in Huntsville Alabama, Mcloone’s in Abury  Park NJ, the Hippodrome in London, and Bewley Street in Dublin as well as being featured as a new up and coming composer around the city. His work has been performed at Feinsteins, Metropolitan Room, Birdland, Don't Tell Mama's and the Duplex, as well as internationally in highschools and colleges.

Scott's debut album "Cautiously Optimistic" features a wealth of Broadway talent such as Liz Callaway, Faith Prince, Lisa Howard, Daniel Reichard, Nikki Renee Daniels as well as cabaret stalwarts such as Jason Graae, and others. David Finkle in the Huffington Post, listed Scott among five must see, and must know emerging writers. His musical Powerful Day which was written with and for autistic children on the Lower East Side of Manhattan won the MTI (Musical Theatre International's) prestigious COURAGE IN THEATRE AWARD presented by Freddie Gershon and his wife Myrna.  Recently, the students at p94 were selected to attend the Junior Theatre Festival, and won the highest award they have to offer called THE SPIRIT OF THEATRE AWARD, as well as for best ensemble.

He is also a teaching artist and resident composer for the Brooklyn Music Theatre and writes and musically directs 10 shows a year for them.
He was a finalist for the 2013 MAC WALLOWITCH AWARD, and recently he won the Broadway World award for Best Original Song for his song “If We Say Goodbye”.

His staged revue PICTURE PERFECT, directed by Lennie Watts, had five sold out performances in NYC in 2012, as well as LA this summer at the Catalina Jazz Club.  Productions of it in London and Australia are confirmed for June.  He is currently working on his first book musical called INDIGO, book by Tessa Derfnber, about an autistic child who discovers she is a brilliant painter, which helps her communicate with the people around her.