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Randy Wyatt

Randy Wyatt holds the rank of Associate Professor of Theatre at Aquinas College, where he serves as the Theatre Program Director. He has directed over seventy productions both professional and academic, recently including: The Nether; Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play; See What I Wanna See; Circle Mirror Transformation; Hotel Cassiopeia; melancholy play and Bethany. Randy holds his MFA in Directing from Minnesota State University at Mankato. A prolific playwright, his published work is produced across the nation regularly and has been produced in fourteen countries. He devises community-based works as well as new work for young audiences. He currently is coordinating a new hybrid major, Theatre for Social Change, for AQ.

Love and Information at Aquinas College
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Love and Information at Aquinas College

29 October 2017

Randy Wyatt examines how Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, explored the question of mounting contemporary work in a diverse world with limited resources and within a ‘closed’ academic context through a community-based/academic hybrid production of Caryl Churchill's Love and Information.