Randy Skinner is an award-winning director, choreographer, and performer whose work has encompassed Broadway, off-Broadway, regional, and Los Angeles productions.
Shows include: 42nd Street (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Astaire nominations), Ain't Broadway Grand (Tony, Outer Critics nominations), Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Tony, Drama Desk nominations), State Fair (Outer Critics nomination), After the Night and the Music (MTC/Biltmore), Do Re Mi, Of Thee I Sing, Face the Music, No No Nanette, Gentelmen Prefer Blondes (the last five at City Center Encores!), Lone Star Love (Lucille Lortel nomination), Lend Me a Tenor (Gielgud Theatre/London), Garry Marshall's Happy Days, Stormy Weather (with Leslie Uggams/Pasadena Playhouse), An American in Paris (Alley Theatre), Hello, Dolly! (with Nell Carter), Pal Joey (with Dixie Carter and Elaine Stritch), Strike Up the Band (with Tom Bosley), On the Fifth (The Takarazuka Company, Japan), Puttin' on the Ritz (The Kennedy Center), Lucky in the Rain, George M, Babes in Arms (all three at Goodspeed Opera), 2001 Tony Award Telecast (Opening Production Number).
Mr. Skinner's "taps" can be heard on the recordings of Sondheim at the Movies, 110 in the Shade, Strike Up the Band, and Lucky in the Rain. He has received the LA Drama Critics, LA Dramalogue, Bay Area Critics, Connecticut Critics, and Cleveland Times Theatre Awards. A Columbus native, Mr. Skinner is a graduate of Ohio State University.