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"Dance Your Way to Broadway" Master Class

July 14 - 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. - Missouri Western State University

Join Broadway performer Randy Davis for an intermediate/advanced master class on dance.

This master class is being brought to you by a partnership between the Western Playhouse and McCoy Rigby Entertainment, Yorba Linda, CA.

To register, call (816) 271-4100.
The cost of the class is $25. Limited spots are available.

The deadline to sign up is Thursday, July 10 before 4:30 p.m.
You must call to be enrolled in the class. (816) 271-4100


About Randy:

Randy has been seen in numerous Broadway shows and national tours throughout his career. His palette of performances includes the Broadway Revival of “Guys & Dolls” with Peter Gallagher, Faith Prince and Nathan Lane with a featured role in the Crapshooter Ballet.

In “Cats,” Randy embodied the challenging and beloved role of Mistoffelles; and enthralled audiences on stage and film as Noodler the Pirate in Cathy Rigby’s “Peter Pan”.

As a Dance Captain, Randy assisted in the original Broadway production of “All Shook Up,” featuring the music of Elvis.

Randy was one of the select actors that appeared at the famed Apollo for the theatre history making opening of George C. Wolfe’s “Harlem Song”.

In addition to his skills as a dancer, singer and actor, Randy has a full-bodied portfolio of choreographed work. He assisted in the restaging of the National Tour of “All Shook Up” and became the Children’s Director and Stager for the National Tour of “Whistle Down the Wind.” In Japan, Randy choreographed the “Japanese Musical Review” for several of Tokyo’s theaters. Across the country, Randy’s choreography has been in demand by numerous upscale dance studios for the restaging of “Guys & Dolls,” “All Shook Up,” and numerous other musicals.

Learn more about Randy: http://randyadavis.com/ bio.html


Western Playhouse welcomes Randy to the 2014 creative team and cast:

Randy is joining Western Playhouse as the choreographer of the Music Man and playing the lead role of Father Divine in the musical Mother Divine.