Henry Scott began his training at Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama and completed his study of musical theatre at Webster University Conservatory in St. Louis. He subsequently moved to New York City where he 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 and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with Sam Harris, 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!
Upon leaving New York, Henry continued his career as a director/choreographer and teacher. His work has been seen on the stages of the Alliance Theatre, Seven Stages, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Northshore Music Theatre, Cherry County Playhouse, Birmingham Summerfest, Birmingham Children’s Theatre, Kennesaw State University, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Webster University, and Birmingham-Southern College. Hylan spent two summers on the theatre faculty at the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program and taught for six years at Woodward Academy—four of which he was the director of the theatre program.