HENRY SCOTT 

                                  Artist/Group Facilitator                                   

 

Goal:  Right Livelihood

Areas of Expertise

  • Teaching and Facilitation

  • Team Building

  • Project Management

  • Creative Process

  • Communication and Collaboration

  • Organization and Systems Development

  • Assessment and Consulting

  • Vision and Strategy

Experience

Freelance Artist/Facilitator                                                                 August, 2018-Present

  • Adjunct Faculty at University of Montevallo

  • Co-facilitator of RECESS (respite program for dementia patients) at the Independent Presbyterian Church

  • Director/Choreographer at Virginia Samford Theatre, Terrific New Theatre, Red Mountain Theatre Company, The Library Theatre

 

Artist in Residence                                                                                     August, 2017-August, 2018

Red Mountain Theatre Company—Birmingham, AL.

  • Director and/or Choreographer for the following productions:  Mamma Mia, Beauty and the Beast, Smokey Joe’s Café, The Color Purple, 13, Alabama Story, The Holiday Spectacular, Youth Conservatory Showcase.

  • Teaching Artist (inner city schools, adult readers theatre group, youth conservatory)

 

Center Manager                                                                                           December, 2015-May, 2017

Mid-Atlantic Vipassana Center (Dhamma Delaware)—Claymont, DE.

  • Organized and Facilitated 10-Day silent meditation retreats for 16-72 students (included purchase of all supplies and food items, student orientation, server orientation, kitchen management, cleaning and maintenance).

  • Purchased all interior items for an 8.000 sq.ft. residence hall and commercial kitchen.

 

Faculty (Head of Musical Theatre)                                                          August, 2013-June, 2015

Kennesaw State University—Kennesaw, GA.

  • Advised students, classroom teaching, produced two shows per year.

  • Courses developed and taught:  Musical Theatre Ensemble, Musical Theatre Practicum, The Actor’s Balance, Movement for the Performer, Broadway to Hollywood: the History of Musical Theatre, Theatre for Social Change, Audition Practicum, Introduction to Acting, Acting in Musical Theatre.

 

Guest Artist/Adjunct Faculty                                                          August, 2007-June 2013

Kennesaw State University—Kennesaw, GA.

  • Director/Choreographer: Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, The Apple Tree, The Robber Bridegroom, Godspell, Fantastics!  Director/Composer: The Scarlet Letter, Red Hanrahan, Dark Forest, Moby Dick, 

  • Courses developed and taught:  Musical Theatre Dance Styles I & II, Movement for the Performer, Improvisation, Ballroom Dance, Performing the Iliad, Somatics and Body Conditioning, Performing Family Stories, Yoga, The Actor’s Balance, Theatre for Social Change, The Creative Process.

 

Director of Theatre                                                                                   August, 2001-June 2007

Woodward Academy College Park, GA.

  • Provided leadership for a department of 4, produced/directed 8 shows per year, taught 5 classes per day, developed a curricular theater arts program (grades 7 through 12).

 

Education

 

BFA in Musical Theatre, Webster University, St. Louis, MO. 1991