“Now, all this is brought together by the brilliant direction of Kiff    Scholl. I have seen this play several times, and no other production can compare with this one. This is a funny play written by the talented Ken Ludwig, but 
​Kiff Scholl has done it justice.” 
NoHo Arts District
“Kudos also to Director Kiff Scholl for maintaining the madcap pacing throughout the play, doing full-moon justice”​
– My Burbank
“directed with confidence and style by Kiff Scholl” 
– Blog Critics

Critic’s Pick–LA Times
Pick of the Week–LA Weekly
​Critic’s Pick–Backstage
“Director Kiff Scholl’s production is both playful and intelligent.” 
-LA Weekly
“Director Kiff Scholl and his forces juggle riotous wit and subtle pertinence to satisfying, faintly disturbing effect.” 
 -LA Times
“Kiff Scholl’s masterful revival“ 
-LA CityBeat
“Savvy director Kiff Scholl brings about a beautifully paced, totally disarming production”
-Backstage


WINNER–5 Backstage Garland Awards: Direction, Production, Lead Actor,
Costume Design, Makeup Design 

WINNERLA Weekly Award: Lead Actor 
WINNER–LA Critic’s Circle Award: Lead Actor

2007 GLAAD AWARD Nomination

ALL MY SONS

by Arthur Miller

directed by Kiff Scholl

“...director Kiff Scholl... delivers palpable pathos. Scholl also enhances the story’s emotional power through contrast by mining comedic moments.” 
                  – Backstage

“Director Kiff Scholl has few peers at keeping us intrigued." 
-L.A. Times

ACT A LADY

by Jordan Harrison

directed by Kiff Scholl

Hyper-chondriac

by Brian Frazer

directed by Kiff Scholl

“Director Kiff Scholl uses the tiny space effectively... Scholl and Frazer keep the story moving, and they wisely know that less can be more when it comes to comedy." -Backstage

don giovanni tonight, don carlo tomorrow

by Dennis Miles

directed by Kiff Scholl

“ingenious direction... its two stars deliver riveting performances under Kiff Scholl’s highly imaginative direction” 
– Stage Scene LA

“Deft direction” – L.A. Weekly

Our House

by Theresa Rebeck

directed by Kiff Scholl

June 30-Aug. 5, 2012

expecting to fly

by Michael Hyman

directed by Kiff Scholl

January 28-March 4, 2012

"Kiff Scholl’s brilliant direction allows

for 17 characters to do the work of 30.

It is subtle, to- the-point and down-to-earth. Each character understands the importance of his or her role and acts it. This is direction at its leanest and most powerful." 

– North Hollywood-Toluca Lake Patch 

"...director Kiff Scholl maneuvers his actors with veteran skill"

​– Arts Beat LA

"...under the judicious direction of Kiff Scholl with an absolutely marvelous cast that gives realism to this magnetic showpiece." 

– Review Plays

"Director Kiff Scholl keeps everything nicely orchestrated on the Grove Theatre Center’s modest stage, no small feat with such a large cast."

– Blog Critics

Inherit the wind

by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee
directed by Kiff Scholl

Feb. 8 thru March 16, 2014

100% SWEET - Bitter Lemons


TOP TEN!–Stage Raw
RECOMMENDED!–Stage Raw

​“Director Kiff Scholl has assembled an expert cast, supplied them with a wonderful array of pratfalls, and pulled off a near-flawless production.”
–Stage Raw                

                

Moon Over Buffalo

by Ken Ludwig

directed by Kiff Scholl

Aug. 3 thru Sept. 14, 2014



NOMINATED for a BroadwayWorld Award for BEST DIRECTOR!

Kiff Scholl

award-winning Director

SDC


"Crisply directed."
– THE LOS ANGELES POST

SIAMESE SEX SHOW

& FUTURE SEX, INC. 

BY JOHN PAPAGEORGE
directed by Kiff Scholl
Oct 8 – Nov13 & Jan 27 – Feb 19, 2016

WEAPONS

by Chris Collins

directed by Kiff Scholl

Apr 9 – May 8, 2016

"Director Kiff Scholl embraces the dialogue’s gleeful frivolity with quick paced, sitcom-like exuberance." 
- STAGE RAW

Loopholes - a pain in the irs

by Stan Rich

directed by Kiff Scholl

Apr 15 – May 17, 2015

“Helmed by skilled director Kiff Scholl, this production starts off with a bang, and it has wit enough to match some of Shakespeare's best comedic tricks.”        -Backstage 

"SPECTACULAR... WITTY... An enthusiastic cast...and efficient production." 
– STAGE RAW

"Director Kiff Scholl takes the black box theater-in-the-round production to artistic heights... insightful direction" 
– BROADWAY WORLD

PLEASE DON'T ASK ABOUT BECKET

by Wendy Graf

directed by Kiff Scholl

August 20 – September 18, 2016

"Director Kiff Scholl’s earnest and emotionally organic production is appealingly intimate — you feel like you’re spending your evening absorbed in this family’s traumas."
– STAGE RAW

DINNER AT HOME BETWEEN DEATHS

by Andrea lepCio

directed by Kiff Scholl

Apr 1 – May 8, 2016

The red dress

coming to The Odyssey

OCTOBER 2017

"The direction is crisp and fast-moving, with numerous scene changes and flashbacks."
– PEOPLE'S WORLD

la bête

by David Hirson

directed by Kiff Scholl

what the butler saw

by Joe Orton

directed by Kiff Scholl

"Director Kiff Scholl gets fine, emotional work from the ensemble" 
– STAGE RAW

"gripping staging" 
– LA Times

"A first rate production."
- DISCOVER HOLLYWOOD

"Director Kiff Scholl keeps the pace running smoothly with just enough time for the 
​ba-da-bump after each punchline" 
- BROADWAY WORLD

"GO! EXUBERANT... ENGAGING... Staged with skillful imagination by director Kiff Scholl in a tiny venue"
– LA WEEKLY

"Director Kiff Scholl did a marvelous job." 
- DISCOVER HOLLYWOOD

Kiff Scholl

"Get ready to be surprised by the most inventive way her disappearance is staged."
– CULVER CITY NEWS

"Highly recommended for very good performances that get at the heart of tragedy without wallowing in the sentimental or superficial.  This is the real thing."
- NIGHT TINTED GLASSES