Henry Scott (Director) Henry Scott is thrilled to be in Birmingham once again and working with Red Mountain Theatre Company. Henry directed the RMTC productions of Big Fish, Les Miserables, Shout!, choreographed 13, and created the soundscape for MLK. His work for Birmingham Summerfest includes the direction and choreography of Godspell and the choreography of Peter Pan. With Birmingham Children’s Theatre, Henry directed Peter and the Wolf and choreographed Snowgirl. Henry spent the last fourteen years in the field of education: eight years in the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies at Kennesaw State University and six years at Woodward Academy in Atlanta, Ga., four of which he spent as Director of the Theatre Program. He was also on the theatre faculty of the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program for two summers.
Henry’s directorial and choreographic work has been seen on the stages of the Alliance Theatre, 7 Stages, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Northshore Music Theatre, Cherry County Playhouse, Good Speed Opera at Chester, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Webster University, Birmingham Southern College, and Kennesaw State University.
As a performer, Henry was seen on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Miss America Pageant, and Loving. He also appeared in the Pre-Broadway tour and Broadway production of Grease as a cast member and as the first cover for Danny Zuko, Kenicke, and Vince Fontaine. National tours include Bye. Bye. Birdie starring Tommy Tune and Ann Reinking, Joseph … Dreamcoat, George M! starring Joel Grey, Brigadoon, and the European tour of West Side Story. Regionally, he was seen in productions of Guys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof, Goodsports, The Wizard of Oz, and Oliver!