Vickie L. Scallion
(founding member, executive/artistic director, instructor)
holds a B.A. in Education from Virginia Tech and has taught Creative Dramatics in both public and private schools. During her years teaching she wrote original plays, adapted classic literature for performance, and developed original choreography for dance exhibitions by students. As a Director some of her credits for the theatre include Jewtopia, Fourplay, Thursday's Child, Rock Toyz, The Children's Story, Short & Sweet, Cotton Girls, The Implausible Claus, The Most Beautiful Star and Lucky To Be Me, the last being a musical she wrote as a touring show to area schools with a grant from the Virginia Tobacco Settlement Foundation.
(board member, instructor)
has been performing since age 5, and was one of the youngest people to tour with Theatre IV's National Touring company where she toured throughout the east coast with two musicals (Hugs & Kisses, and The Tailor of Gloucester). She has also appeared in the Theatre IV mainstage shows Cinderella & The Wizard of Oz. Classically trained in four languages, she sang for the first production of The Latin Ballet's Amoramerica, where she was a featured soloist. Theatre credits include Into the Woods (Rapunzel), Bedroom Farce (Jan), and Hello Dolly! (Minnie Fay) at The Dogwood Dell, and The Taffetas & The Taffetas Christmas (Donna), Nunsense (Sister Mary Leo), and Tapestry, the Carole King Musical at Swift Creek Mill Theatre. Other favorite roles include Morgan Le Fey in Camelot, Princess Winnifred in Once Upon A Mattress, herself in 100 Years of Broadway, and Dee Dee in Why Do Fools Fall In Love?. Various commercial, video, radio, and print ad credits include a MADD public service spot and a documentary on relationship abuse with Delmar Communications. She also participated in the 48 Hour Film Festival in the film Accidental Morning. Previous HATTheatre performance credits include Cheaper By The Dozen , Disco! Disco! and Making Spirits Bright.
Julie Fulcher -Davis
(artistic associate, instructor)
is a member of Actor's Equity Association. She attended Shenandoah Conservatory on scholarships in acting, voice, and piano then continued her training in New York where she gained several off-off Broadway credits before returning home to Richmond where she has many local and regional credits in theatre, radio, and TV commercials. In 2005-2006 Julie served as the Equity Guest Artist in Residence at the University of Richmond, where she played the mother in The Glass Menagerie. Favorite roles locally include Dolores in Olympus on my Mind, Smoke on the Mountain at Barksdale/Hanover Tavern, a cast of many in The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, Charity in Sweet Charity, and Louise in Always...Patsy Cline. As an accomplished singer, songwriter, and composer, her work is often heard nationwide with Theatre IV's National Touring Company and she wrote the original musical, Making Sprits Bright, which HATTheatre premiered in 2003. Julie also played the lead in Barksdale Theatre's critically acclaimed, Light Up The Sky and her original music was featured in the productions of The Jungle Book at Theatre IV and Patchwork (The Laura Ingalls Wilder Story) at Barksdale Theatre. Other recent directing credits include the critically acclaimed, The Musical of Musicals for Richmond Triangle Players.When not busy with theatrical pursuits, Julie can be found trying to keep up with her daughters, Sierra & Lily.
(guest instructor, costuming, choreography)
is a member of our resident company, The Black-Box Players and last was seen on our stage in Fourplay, after appearances on the HATTheatre stage as Ada in Dreams of Glory, Julie in Fine Dining, Miss Ellington in Little Prison and with the touring musical production of Lucky To Be Me. Other credits include Sonia in the award winning one-act play, The Best of Everything, with Henrico Theatre Company and she appeared in the film, "Thirteen", directed by David D. Williams. Other credits include the touring production of Beneath the Baobab Tree with Barefoot Puppets at Wolftrap National Park for the Performing Arts, Essie in High Heels, with Jovi Entertainment, and most recently the critically acclaimed Henley Street production of Yellowman in the role of Alma. She served as choreographer for HATTheatre's 15th year production of the musical, Why Do Fools Fall in Love? and most recently was the costume designer for Jewtopia.
* In addition to our core staff, HATTheatre employs directors, musical directors, stage managers, and technical positions from show to show and accepts resumes on an on-going basis. For the classes held at the theatre we are always looking for anyone interested in offering a specialty workshop. Please feel free to contact us with a proposal. Past workshops include dialects, clowning, mime, makeup, special effects, prop building, & set design,