Directing and Acting
Randy Reyes is an award-winning theater artist who has worked as a professional actor, director, and theater educator with institutions across the country including Perseverance Theatre, Theater Mu, The Guthrie, Mixed Blood, The Jungle Theatre, Park Square Theatre, Ten Thousand Things, Pillsbury House Theatre, St. Olaf College, NYU Graduate Acting Program, University of Minnesota, The University of Utah, Augsburg College, and Macalester College, where he is an Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance. Randy’s research involves decolonizing theater practices by re-imaging and adapting the ‘classics’, creating an equitable and rigorous rehearsal process, and incorporating new technology to enhance and modernize the theater going experience. He looks forward to making connections with other departments at Macalester to add depth and context to THDA projects. Randy is a proud Filipino American and believes deeply in telling untold stories to lift-up voices from marginalized and oppressed communities in the most dynamic and theatrical way. He trained at the University of Utah BFA Actor Training Program, where he received the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award, and The Juilliard School.