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Scott Turner Schofield, formerly KT Kilborn, is a FTM performer with a transgender identity. Based in Atlanta, GA, he has toured nationwide with his one-trannie shows, "Underground TRANSit" and "Debutante Balls" since 2001.
Schofield (then Kilborn) received a Tanne Award for Artistic Excellence from the Tanne Foundation in 2004. The Tanne Award is given to performers who passionately make a difference in this country through their performing.
Since 2004, Shofield has also toured with Athens Boys Choir in an event called "The Southern Gents Tour." Several of these performances were held in colleges such as University of Southern California, Reed College, Appalachian State University, and Portland State University. Schofield has also collaborated with S. Bear Bergman, numerous drag kings, and community workshop participants in a series entitled "Words Can't Describe" in Atlanta, San Antonio, and Seattle.
In 2007, Schofield became the first artist addressing transgender issues to be awarded a Creation Fund Grant by the National Performance Network. His show, "Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps" premiers at the Pat Graney Company in Seattle in May 2007.
Schofield was also honored as a recipient in the 2007 Princess Grace Awards, receiving a theater fellowship in acting and the Gant Gaither Award.
Solo theater performancesEdit
- Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps
- Debutante Balls
- Underground Transit
- Words Can't Describe