Christopher Schout

Christopher is the founder and president of Triumph Productions and a partner in Stone Arch Theatricals. He is an alumnus of the Commercial Theater Institute’s "Three-Day Intensive" Producers Seminar.  
He has served on the board of 7th House Theater and the Guthrie Theater Gala Committee. He currently serves on the board of the Mainspring Arts Cooperative, which serves to produce touring theatrical productions for regional nonprofit theaters that they would not be able to produce on their own. He also and supports The Playwright's Center. Formerly an art director, Christopher has a degree in Art History and completed the prestigious Shillington School Design Course in New York.

Investor highlights include: (Broadway) Waitress, JJ Abrams' The Play That Goes Wrong, Scott Rudin’s The Front Page and Hello, Dolly! with Stone Arch Theatricals. (Minneapolis/St. Paul) The Shining (MN Opera) a world premier opera by composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell. The Great WorkThe Passage or What Comes of Searching in the Dark  and Rhinoceros (with 7th House Theater), The Parchman Hour (Guthrie Theater), The Norwegians (Dark & Stormy Productions).