Please note that our friend, Randy Wilson, passed away on November 26, 2016. All of us at TTC are saddened by this tremendous loss to our theatre community in Bryan/College Station.
Writer, composer, director, choreographer, actor, singer – Randy Wilson is a mixture of all these talents! For thirty years, Randy has enthralled audiences from the stage, typewriter, director and choreographer’s chair, from Bryan to Broadway! For the past two decades, we have been privileged to have Randy as the Theatre Company’s Artistic Director. His love of the Brazos Valley and this theatre affords us a director whose qualifications would certainly allow him a much larger venue if he so chose. Randy’s presence continues to enrich our community and we hope this is just the beginning. Perhaps best known for his Broadway portrayal of Pontius Pilot in Jesus Christ Superstar and subsequently as Jesus in the Broadway National Tour of the same musical, Randy Wilson has appeared in 36 plays to date from the Baylor University main stage, to the New York City Shakespeare Festival, Monte Carlo du Monaco, Dallas Repertory Theatre, SUNY, Long Island New York, Lion Theatre Company, North Carolina and much more. Randy toured with Richard Harris and even appeared on Saturday Night Live in 1976! Randy has directed over 130 plays including more than 110 at The Theatre Company of Bryan/College Station. He has written and composed over 16 plays, books, musical scores and dramatizations that have been performed from Bryan to New York City. His Duel was recorded on the original cast recording for the Lion Theatre Company, New York City and in 1997, he received the Mayor’s Award for Historic Preservation for his play, Heart of the Valley and is the composer of TTC’s workshop show, Taking Liberty! We’re privileged to have a director with Randy’s talent and credentials!