ShoWagon Teaching Artists

Casey Greer graduated from The University of Memphis with her BFA in Musical Theatre. She has enjoyed performing and working with children in theatres across the Memphis area for years. Recently she  helped run The Memphis Children's Theatre Festival with Voices of the South.

Margaret Deloach, professionally known as Butta MD, is a Memphis native singer, songwriter, hip hop and spokenword artist.  Margaret is a graduate (Cum Laude) from The University of Memphis with a Bachelors in Music/Business. She has worked as a Teaching Artist for Power Center Academy, Hutchison School, KIPP/Corry Middle, RedZone Ministries, and RISE Academy, to name a few.  Utilizing her music, poetry, songwriting, and performing skills, her focus is helping inner city youth unveil any and all hidden artistic talents of writing, performing, directing, or acting, by providing a platform where all their voices can be and will be heard.

Rebecah Hatchel  has spent the last 25 years on and around the stage, acting, teaching and directing theater back in her home state of VA, and now for the last 7 years here in Memphis. She has founded and worked with several educational theater programs for youth, including the Kingsbury High School after school drama club, Christian Youth Theater Richmond, Playhouse On The Square, and now ShoWagon with Theatre Memphis. Some favorite productions include: Quilters, Honk!, Pride and Prejudice, Sounds of a Hallway, and The Diary of Anne Frank. 

Wesley Williamson  is excited to be working with Theatre Memphis. He is a 2017 graduate from the University of Southern Mississippi where he obtained his BFA in Acting. After graduating, he began teaching high school theatre for a year and now is the office manager for DeSoto Family Theatre. He has performed, directed and taught theatre throughout the Northwest MS area. Some of his favorite roles include: Cogsworth (Beauty and the Beast), Linus (You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown), Mr. Wormwood (Matilda The Musical), and Cradeu (No Exit).