A native of California, Scot started dancing at the age of five. After graduating from USIU School of Performing and Visual Arts, BA, MFA, Mr. Davidge went on to perform and work around the world with Zena Bethune TheatreDance Co., Stanley Holden, Bob Fosse, Martha Graham, Tommy Tune, Kristy McNickel, Jane Powell, BalletInternational, Crystal Gayle, Disney International, Ginger Rogers, Mickey Rooney, Debbie Boone and La Pacifica Ballet.
Moving to New York to pursue his musical theatre career, D. Scot appeared in such Broadway shows as Grease, Pippin, JCSuperStar, Evita, 42nd Street, The Tap Dance Kid, No No Nanette, Twelfth Night, and A Chorus Line. Scot originated the part of Benjamin in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. D. Scot fell in love with the Springfield community while on tour with the Kenley Players, and decided to move to Springfield to raise his son. Discovering a desire for formal theatre education in our community, Mr. Davidge created OPAI, to give back to the community that has adopted him.