Becky has been performing in musical theatre productions since the age of six and dancing since the age of three. She performed all over Harford and Baltimore Counties growing up, and then went on to get her BFA in Musical Theatre from Elon University in North Carolina with a Minor in Dance. Becky has performed professionally all over the east coast, including Hershey Park, Wild Adventures Theme Park in GA, Allenberry Playhouse in PA, Seaside Music Theatre in Florida, and Main Street Theatre in PA, as well as off-Broadway productions when she lived in NYC for six years. Some of her favorite past roles include Mame in ”Mame”, Rizzo in “Grease”, Sheila in “A Chorus Line”, Miss Hannigan in “Annie”, and Maria in “The Sound of Music”. Becky has been teaching dance and choreographing for young performers in musicals for many years. Currently, she teaches Tap, Jazz, and Musical Theatre at E-Street Dance Academy, as well as Intermediate and Advanced Tap and Musical Theatre Dance for Harford Dance Center, as well as choreographing the tap number for their Advanced Competition Team. Since 2010, Becky has been a part of the creative team as a choreographer and musical theatre coach for Theatreworks…Live!. Becky also recently opened Becky's Broadway Bound Voice and Audition Prep Studio, housed at E-Street Dance Academy. One of her students just booked the national tour of A Christmas Story! For lessons, contact E-Street Dance Academy or email Becky at firstname.lastname@example.org. Another love of Becky’s is writing, and she is a published children’s book author with eight books currently available. Becky has been watching the community for just the right space and co-founders to begin this wonderful project. She is very excited to see where Scottfield Theatre Company is heading!
Allan is a veteran of community theatre as a producer, director, and actor. He has been a successful theater manager for both Tidewater Players and Phoenix Festival Theater at HCC. Both of his endeavors at those theaters helped to raise the theater-going audiences. On stage, his most favorite roles include Rick Steadman in "The Nerd", Moonface Martin in "Anything Goes", Charlie Cowell in "The Music Man", and Col. Jessop in "A Few Good Men". Allan's directing accomplishments include "The Diary of Anne Frank" at PFT, "The Sound of Music" at PFT, "Evita" at PFT, "Wait Until Dark" at Vagabonds, "Mame" at PFT, "Agnes of God" at Spotlighters, and "Mame" at Spotlighters, which was recognized as one of DC Metro Theatre Arts Best Musicals of 2012. Allan is thrilled to be a co-founder of Scottfield Theatre Company, helping to establish a theatre group that is interested in doing fresh-off-of-Broadway, new, and rarely performed productions.
Chuck is the head of the drama program at Bel Air High School and is also the Director of the Bel Air Drama Company. A graduate of West Virginia University with a BFA in Theatre and the College of Notre Dame in Maryland with a Masters in Education, Chuck has been working with the theatre program at Bel Air for over 25 years. Chuck also serves as the Technical Director and Scenic Designer at the school. As a musician, he has participated in the pit bands for the musicals since 1994. For the past ten years, he has organized the North East Theatre Festival, a regional gathering of drama students, colleges and professionals from the Baltimore area. He is a member of the Harford County Cultural Arts Board, an adjunct faculty member of the Theatre Department at Harford Community College and has worked as a Technical Director and Designer for several community theatres around the region.