Are You Just Itching To Show The Artistic Side of You?
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Artie was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. He is the owner of The Vickie Roberson Theatre and husband of Vickie Roberson. Artie serves as the Producer of the many Vickie Roberson televised programs as well as the Chief Financial Officer and Box Office Manager of The Vickie Roberson Theatre since the theater was founded in 1999.
Clayton Callup was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. He is certified in Building Construction and serves as the master carpenter and Building Maintenance Engineer for The Vickie Roberson Theatre since 2008.
Vickie Roberson, born Vickie Lynn Stephens in Shreveport, has made a name for herself against all odds. She has set a standard and risen above adversity. The youngest of six siblings, Vickie was born with stars in her eyes, and her parents Plummer & Irma Stephens knew there was something special about her. Even though she was raised in an economically challenged neighborhood, she has always had big dreams.
Vickie's debut of her first play Don't Let the Devil Rise in 1999 has shown that her talent is undeniably a gift from God.
Vickie is the proud wife of Artie Roberson, the producer of Vickie Roberson Productions Corporation and supervising producer of The Vickie Roberson Theatre.
Vickie has a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education from Grambling State University; a Masters of Secondary Education from Centenary College; a Plus 30 in Administration & Supervision of Instruction from Centenary College with certifications in School Principalship & Supervision; and a Doctorate of Education (ABD) from Grambling State University.
Fatie was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. She is a faithful, lifetime member of the Peaceful Rest Missionary Family Faith Baptist Church. She is a member of the Women Ministry and the Seasoned Saints Ministry. She is also a logistical dancer.
Fatie retired from the Louisiana Ammunition Plant is a volunteer for Ochsner Louisiana State University Medical Center Clinical Skills departments and Volunteers of America. Fatie has served as the Events Manager for The Vickie Roberson Theatre since 2008.
Ollie Williams was born in Yazoo City, MS and has lived in Shreveport for the past 31 years. She made her debut on the Vickie Roberson stage in 2011. Her past productions at The Vickie Roberson Theatre include: My Momma Didn't Raise No Fool, The Christmas Spirit, Don't Let the Devil Rise, Riding for Free, Pimping in the Pulpit, and two Months After Christmas.
Ollie has two daughters, Olivia and Valarie Clark. She also has four grandchildren, LaShaun, JeVonte, Hayli, and Valyssa.
She has been employed by the Caddo Parish School Board for 31 years and currently works at Huntington High School. SHe is a member of the West Chapel Interdenominational Church pastored by Rev. M. L. Johnson, Senior. Her passion is working with young people and helping them to reach their fullest potential.
Kain was born in Bossier City to a military family. He started working in theatre freshman year of high school, starting out in costuming, and he has continued to pursue theatre well into college. Pursuing a B.A. in Theatre from Louisiana State University, he has received training in Arts Administration and Design/Technology. He is currently the President of the Undergraduate Theatre Alliance and the Vice-President of Delta Rouge Films' Committee. He loves promoting theatre and giving artists an opportunity to show off their talents.
Donald Stephens is a member of The Vickie Roberson Theatre Professional Acting Company. Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, Donald is a 1980 graduate of C. E. Byrd High School, a retired U. S. postal worker, a veteran U.S. Army Medical Specialist. He is also an amateur boxer, earning awards such as 1985 Light Heavy Weight National Golden Gloves Champion, 1985 National Sports Festival Champion, two time All Army Champion, two time Army Forces Champion, 1984 U.S. Army European Champion, 1978 Louisiana Golden Gloves, and 1978 Junior Olympics Champion. Donald's performance includes: Don't Let the Devil Rise, My Mama Didn't Raise No Fool, Riding for Free, Pimping in the Pulpit, The Christmas Spirit, and Two Month After Christmas.