On Broadway, Scott is a Producer of the musical, Dear Evan Hansen – winner of 6 Tony Awards including Best Musical– at the Music Box Theatre. He was a Producer of The Glass Menagerie starring Cherry Jones and Zachary Quinto which won the 2014 Outer Critics Circle Award, the Drama Desk Award and was nominated for seven Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Play. He was also a Producer of the hit musical, Priscilla: Queen of the Desert , winner of the 2011 Tony Award for Best Costume Design. In addition, Mauro raised production financing for the Broadway musicals Promises, Promises and Nice Work If You Can Get It.
Scott’s credits as event producer include: UNICEF concert events in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago for the past 11 years; The All Star Memorial Salute to Garry Shandling in Los Angeles, the NY Pops 30th Anniversary Concert at Carnegie Hall; The Annual Museum of the Moving Image Salute 2011 to 2018 honoring such stars as Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Hugh Jackman, Warren Beatty, Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey; The Environmental Media Awards; The Princess Grace Awards Gala for the past 11 years; The Woman’s Day Red Dress Awards at Jazz at Lincoln Center for the past 10 years; The Richard Rodgers Centennial Concert; The Danny Kaye Centennial; The 2014, 2015 and 2016 WebMD Health Hero Awards in New York; Norman Lear’s Spirit of Liberty Awards in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington, D.C., for eight years; The Palm Springs Film Festival Awards Gala for eight years; Santa Barbara Film Festival Awards; The Palm Beach Film Festival Awards Gala for three years; the 16th & 17th Annual Producer’s Guild Awards; “Dreamgirls” – The 20th Anniversary Reunion Concert; The 20th Anniversary of “Hair” at the United Nations and many others.
For television, Scott received an Emmy nomination for It’s You I Like: Mister Rogers’ 50th, a highly successful PBS special. He served as Executive Producer and Packager on The 7thand 8th Annual Soap Opera Update Awards for Lifetime and Rosemary Clooney’s Golden Anniversary: An All-Star Tribute for A&E. He was Coordinating Producer for numerous PBS specials Ken Burns: America’s Storyteller, Ken Burns 25th Anniversary of the Civil War Special – as well as their annual Downtown Abbey Specials for five consecutive years. Mauro served as a Production and Creative Consultant on numerous award-winning television specials including The 40th , 50th, 51stand 52nd Annual Tony Awards for CBS; Night of 100 Stars at Radio City; Liza’s at the Palace for PBS; Cher Live at the Mirage for CBS; Diana Ross Live in Central Park for Showtime; the Parade of Stars at the Palace Theatre for ABC.
Mauro worked as Executive Producer and Creative Director on the Disney NBC special, The Grand Opening of the Disney/MGM Studios, which took home two Emmy Awards. His other Disney theme park specials include The Disney All-Star Comedy Circus, The Disney/NBC Season Preview and Mickey’s 60th Birthday among others. Mauro also earned an Emmy Nomination as writer and producer of the PBS special, The Whimsical World of Oz.
Biz Bash Magazine named the Museum of the Moving Image 2015 Salute to Julianne Moore as one of the top ten entertainment events in New York as well as citing the annual UNICEF Snowflake Ball as one of the top twenty charity events in New York for the past 10 years. NBC TV cited the Museum of The Moving Image 2011 Salute to Alec Baldwin as “Event of the Year” and Biz Bash also named it one of the top 10 entertainment events of the year in New York. He received the 2012 FAME Award for the “Best Award Show” in New York for the 9th Annual Red Dress Awards and Concert at Lincoln Center. His production of the 2008 Environmental Media Awards was honored as one of the “Top 100 Events of the Year” in Los Angeles by Bizbash Magazine. The Larry King Cardiac Foundation’s King of Hearts Gala produced by Mauro in 2007 won “Event of the Year” in Los Angeles from BizBash Magazine.
Diversified in other areas, Scott has served as Head of Marketing working directly for such concert artists as Frank Sinatra including his Duets CD, Cher, Liza Minnelli, Brandy, Diana Ross, Joan Rivers, Julio Iglesias, David Bowie, Natalie Cole including her Unforgettable CD, Steve & Eydie, Engelbert Humperdinck and Pat Benatar. He created and implemented the marketing campaigns for such Broadway shows as Barnum, Peter Brooks’ Carmen, State Fair, Betrayal, and the Danny Kaye Centennial Celebration plus numerous productions at Radio City Music Hall and Lincoln Center.
Scott currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Actors Fund of America and the Tectonic Theatre Project. He has also served on the Board of Directors for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, New Dramatists, the Bogart Children’s Cancer Foundation and Center Theatre Group (CTG).