Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps is a filmed interpretation of Scott Turner Schofield’s boundary-pushing, world-toured, award-winning performance piece embodying the experience of becoming a man.

We are producing this film for release in 2018.

Writer/Performer: Scott Turner Schofield

Executive Producers:
• Jamison Hebert (lead)
• Scott Turner Schofield
• Andrea James

$215K (feature)
$275K (total)

Genre: Documentary/Concert

Expected Rating: R

Length: 90 minute feature with additional web content

Aspect Ratio/Sound: 16:9 Dolby Digital

Project Status: Pre-Production

Pre-Production Schedule: Mid-2017

Production Schedule: Late 2017

Post-Production Schedule: Early 2018

The Film

In this time of unprecedented visibility for transgender people, trans men still largely remain invisible.

Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps changes that. Since its first performance, the one-man tour de force has used laughter and deep personal insight to allow one audience at a time to see the unseen, to hear the unheard, and to know the unknown.

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The Filmmakers


Scott is an award winning actor and diversity speaker.

His purpose in life is to inspire Hollywood, your school, your job, and your family to embrace transgender people.

One of his generation’s trailblazers in the movement for transgender liberation, since 2002 Schofield has used a successful mix of storytelling and advocacy to change policies at educational institutions, corporations, and spiritual centers. Using his gift for building bridges in traditional and conservative communities, he continues to take action in the movement toward full civil rights and social acceptance as a consultant, coach and spokesperson.

After 12+ years as an internationally- acclaimed theatre artist, Schofield became the first openly transgender actor on daytime television, and the first female-to-male person in a major recurring role on broadcast TV as Nick on CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful. Poised to follow the trajectory of former soap stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, Schofield hopes to transition to the silver screen as film’s first leading (trans)man.


Andrea is a writer, director, producer, and transgender activist. While writing ads for ten years at top Chicago agencies, she authored tsroadmap.com, a how-to guide for transgender people.

In 2003, she co-founded Deep Stealth Productions, creating numerous instructional videos. She produced and appeared in first all-transgender performance of The Vagina Monologues, featured in the documentary Beautiful Daughters. Andrea consulted with Felicity Huffman and is the opening shot of the film Transamerica.

Andrea produced and appeared in Transamerican Love Story, and she has served on the Boards of Directors for TransYouth Family Allies and Outfest.

She co-founded Thought Moment Media with Jamison Hebert. Their first project was “Family Restaurant,” a children’s film for preschoolers with gay and lesbian parents. Andrea directed their second project, Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy. The concert film about gay adoption is currently airing on Showtime. She’s also helped produce the docu-series Transcendent, following the personal and professional relationships of a group of trans women of color,  for Fuse, and Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric for National Geographic.


Jamison is a producer and designer. Most recently, he Executive Produced the Showtime special Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy. Jamison obtained his degree in Costume Design from California State University, Fullerton. Jamison became an Associate Producer with Bill Brummel Productions in 2009. There his work included Bullied: A Student, a School, and a Case That Made History for the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance educational program, and Erasing Hate for MSNBC.

Jamison worked with World of Wonder on RuPaul’s Drag Race and RuPaul’s Drag U. He then produced the short documentary, Voices of Witness: Out of the Box, a film that highlights the importance of writing non- discrimination policies for gender identity and gender expression into the Canon Law of the Episcopal Church. After the tremendous success of the last concert film he produced, he looks forward to changing more hearts and minds through Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps.

Press Kit

For more information on how to get involved in this one-of-a-kind storytelling opportunity, please review our press kit.


For all business, production, and financing inquiries, please contact:

Andrea James
Co-Founder and Executive Producer
mobile: (323) 472-5697