Randy Redd's (Musician/Writer) Broadway and Off Broadway credits include PARADE, RING OF FIRE, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET, SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s BY JEEVES, Terrence McNally’s SOME MEN, THE BURNT PART BOYS, Randy Newman’s FAUST, PUMP BOYS & DINETTES (City Center Encores), Alain Boublil’s MANHATTAN PARISIENNE, ALLEGRO directed by John Doyle, and Max Vernon’s THE VIEW UPSTAIRS. Film/TV: BEAUTIFUL CREATURES, THE LAST FIVE YEARS, AFTER THE STORM, KINSEY, FROM BROADWAY WITH LOVE (PBS), The Wright Verdicts (CBS), All-American New Years (FOX), and the Tony Awards. In concert: Carnegie Hall (New York Pops), Jazz at Lincoln Center, Feinstein’s, St. John The Divine, Ars Nova, Cooper Union, and numerous appearances at Joe's Pub. His first play, MISSISSIPPI SUGAR, was developed and produced at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. Other original works include SONS OF LEVI (New Stage Theatre), AWFUL/GOOD, TOUCHÉ (NYMF), piano arrangements for the plays GOLDEN AGE by Terrence McNally (Philadelphia Theater Company and The Kennedy Center), and “With You” for Postman Pat: The Movie (recorded by Ronan Keating). His musical WHAT'S THAT SMELL: THE MUSIC OF JACOB STERLING (Entertainment Weekly's Top Ten) played an extended run at the Atlantic Theater Company, transferred to New World Stages, and received 2 Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations including Best New Musical. Recordings: SHOWFOLK with Tony Award-winner Rachel Bay Jones, Robin Skye's HOUSE OF LOVE, PARADE (Original Cast Recording), Jason Robert Brown's WEARING SOMEONE ELSE’S CLOTHES, RING OF FIRE (Original Cast Recording), THE BURNT PART BOYS (Original Cast Recording), and THE VIEW UPSTAIRS (Original Cast Recording). Co-Founder and Director of JOOKMS - Locally Sourced Devised Theater for the Mid-South. Creating and developing innovative new works and reimagined classics.