Randy Hoole Randall became a member of
"The Free Readers Ensemble"
in their 1993 -1994 season.
Long time member of the Village Players; "Twelfth Night," "PumpBoys and Dinettes," "Grapes of Wrath," "What the Butler Saw," "Of Mice and Men," "You Can't Take It With You," and many more. A Circle Theatre Company member through most of the 1990's, Randall directed the first show at the storefront on Madison in 1988; "'Night, Mother." He acted in "The Seven Year Itch," "After the Fall," "Oliver!," "Shrubtown," "Marriage and Children," original plays and the multiple award winning premiere of "Nighthawks," among others. Randall has directed at both places, and acted at theatres around Chicagoland. Other favorite roles include, MacMurphy in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," Jesus in "Godspell," Oberon in "Midsummer Night's Dream," Milo in "Sleuth," and most recently "ART" and "Superior Donuts" at Open Door Repertory (also in Oak Park.)
Always impressed with the mystical and transcendental aspects of the dramatic process, he is a devoted follower of Adi Da Samraj who says, "True Art is Sacred Art, and it invites real participation on the part of the viewer or audience member." It exemplifies (and dramatizes) the true relatedness of all existence.

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