Kate Randolph | IYMS

Kate Randolph

Posted by on May 9, 2015 in About, News | Comments Off on Kate Randolph

Headquarter of the IYMS PRESENT:
Ms. Kate Randolph , Friend and Director of Development and Outreach


KATE RANDOLPH is a Teaching Artist with The Los Angeles Music Center, leading Professional Development Workshops for K-12 classroom teachers and conducting residencies in Theater Arts at all grade levels. She is deeply committed to fostering young people of all ages, believing they are the world’s best hope for the future, and uses her particular art form to instill in them confidence and a strong sense of self.

As a performer, she is on the roster of The Segerstrom Center for the Performing Arts in Orange County and tours internationally with her acclaimed portrayal of Emily Dickinson in William Luce’s one-woman play, THE BELLE OF AMHERST, for which she won The Valley Theatre League Best Actress Award. Her adapted show, EMILY DICKINSON LIVE!, is a vetted and recommended assembly for Los Angeles high, middle, and elementary schools. (Visit www.LAArtsEd.org.)

Kate has appeared in numerous plays, television commercials, episodic television shows and soap operas. She trained in LA with Stella Adler, in New York with Ed Morehouse and Uta Hagen, and in London at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She also founded and led her own Theatre Company, YOUR OWN SKY, for which she served as Managing Artistic Director and Producer for five years. She directed many plays, both for her own company and for other reputable companies and venues throughout the Los Angeles area. She runs her own acting studio in Hollywood, THE RANDOLPH STUDIO FOR ACTORS, where she trains actors at all levels.

Currently, she is serving on the Board of Advisors for the INTERNATIONAL YOUTH MEDIA SUMMIT, where she also serves as Director of Development and Community Outreach. Together with partners Evelyn Seubert and James Gleason, she produced the non-profit organization’s 9th international two-week conference held in July 2014 on the campus of Soka University of America in Southern California, where they welcomed youth from 22 countries to dialogue and create short films about seven urgent global issues.